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Thirtieth Session (1978)

The International Law Commission held its thirtieth session at Geneva, Switzerland, from 8 May to 28 July 1978 in accordance with General Assembly resolution 32/151 of 19 December 1977.

Topics considered in 1978

Most-favoured-nation clause (Summary | Analytical Guide)

The Commission adopted the final text of a thirty-article draft on the Most-favoured-nation clauses with commentaries and recommended that the General Assembly recommend it to Member States with a view to the conclusion of a convention

State responsibility (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Succession of States in respect of matters other than treaties (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Question of treaties concluded between States and international organizations or between two or more international organizations (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Law of the non-navigational uses of international watercourses (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Status of the diplomatic courier and the diplomatic bag not accompanied by diplomatic courier (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Relations between States and international organizations (second part of the topic) (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Review of the multilateral treaty-making process (Summary | Analytical Guide)

Long-term programme of work (Analytical Guide)

Other business