ARTICLE 47: WITHDRAWAL
Article 47 of the ECT regulates withdrawal provisions. In the light of the principle pacta sunt servanda, vis-à-vis the rebus sic stantibus clause, this chapter sparks a debate on the integrity of international treaties. Through an analysis of the most recent developments in international law, including the Italian withdrawal from the ECT, the author demonstrates how withdrawal from international treaties has been hugely reshaping frontiers and balances in the international arena.
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