Reservations to Treaties: The Emergence, the Progressive Development and Importance in the Modern Period

Fayzullaeva Nigorahon

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The article is devoted to formation and development of the rights of States to reservations to international treaties in international law. The author notes that the institution of reservations was formed in parallel with the development of modern international law. But it is still early to talk about the final design of the institution of reservations - this institution continues to evolve. The author notes that the regime of reservations and other unilateral statements of participants settled enough detail. The author considers the reservation as a consensus decision of increasing the universality of international treaties.

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