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This bibliography presents a list of reference books and articles relevant to the study of unity and diversity of international law. The term 'the progressive development and codification of international law' is frequently used, it is as frequently transmuted to 'codification and progressive development' as if progressive development was something to be done afterwards, once the task of codification was at least in principle complete. In 1924, the League Assembly suggested that the Council convene a Committee of Experts to identify those areas of international law with respect to which codification was 'most desirable and realizable' and, after receiving the comments of states, to report back to the Council on those areas 'sufficiently ripe' for development.

Keywords: codification; international law; progressive development

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