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This front matter section of the book Unity and Diversity of International Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Pierre-Marie Dupuy contains the table of contents, preface, foreword, and biographie of Pierre-Marie Dupuy. The book discusses Professor Pierre-Marie Dupuy's retirement from his career as a teacher, and also highlights the continuity of his contribution as a writer, a practitioner and a consultant. It considers the concept of codification before 1947. The book addresses the period 1947 to 1949, and the incorporation of progressive development and codification into the Charter and the International Law Commission (ILC) Statute. It examines the modern process of progressive development within the ILC, and its reception by states as relevant consumers of the Commission's work.

Keywords: codification; International Law; International Law Commission (ILC) Statute; Pierre-Marie Dupuy; progressive development



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