Violation of Treaties: Bad Faith, Nonexecution and Disregard

@article{MyersViolationOT,
  title={Violation of Treaties: Bad Faith, Nonexecution and Disregard},
  author={Denys Peter Myers},
  journal={American Journal of International Law},
  volume={11},
  pages={794 - 819}
}
  • D. Myers
  • Published 1 October 1917
  • Political Science
  • American Journal of International Law
Gradually there has developed a system of treaty negotiation which eliminates all possibility of bad faith in contracting, unless the mala fides is both deliberate and long-lived. Modern treaty technique accounts for this, the stages of a treaty from negotiation to entry into force having been developed to serve th|s very end. When kings alone ruled in the brave days of old, only signatures, bolstered up on occasion by oaths, giving of hostages, etc., were employed to give faith to such… 
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