Interpretation has always had a prominent place in international
adjudication, yet its role has been further enhanced during the
last few decades with the expansion of the regulatory range of
international law and the proliferation of international judicial
bodies. In such a diverse new world and celebrating the 30 years
since the entry into force of the VCLT, this Volume on Treaty
Interpretation attempts a much needed re-examination of the issues
of treaty interpretation. In the first part of this Volume the
authors focus on the VCLT itself and examine the nature of
interpretation and the normative content of the relevant
provisions. In the second and third parts of the Volume the
analysis turns to the characteristics of treaty interpretation as
applied within two of the most important sectors of international
law i.e. that of trade and investment law on the one hand and of
human rights on the other. Such a two-tiered approach allows for a
more comprehensive understanding of the content and function of the
principles of interpretation as enshrined in Articles 31-33 of the
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