Arts, Humanities and Social Science

“Conflicts between Treaties, Vienna Convention 1969, Doctrine and Practice”
Phd. Fjorda Shqarri

Conflicts between treaties are one of the biggest problems of the treaty law, which is not solved completely, leaving open the discussion among the methods and procedures to deal with this issue. This paper aims to analyze by the perspective of a qualitative methodology the prescriptions of Vienna Convention 1969 about this questions and the practice followed by states in case of conflicts between two or more treaties. Conclusion: The conflicts between treaties are now the most important issue of treaty law and the practice in this area is not defined and unified, so the question is not solved and we can’t say that we have a proper solution of all possible conflict of the future, but we can definitively say that states and the solutions given by them are a very crucial point in this direction.

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