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The International Law of Co-Progressiveness as a Response to the Problems Associated with “Relative Normativity”

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1 Prosper Weil, Towards Relative Normativity in International Law?, 77 AJIL 413 (1983).

2 Sienho Yee, Towards an International Law of Co-Progressiveness, in International Law in the Post-Cold War World: Essays in Memory of Li Haopei 18–39 (Sienho Yee & Wang Tieya eds., 2001) (reprinted in Sienho Yee, Towards an International Law of Co-Progressiveness 1–26 (2004)); Sienho Yee, The International Law of Co-Progressiveness: The Descriptive Observation, the Normative Position and Some Core Principles, 13 Chinese J. Int'l L. 485–500 (2014); Sienho Yee, Towards an International Law of Co-progressiveness, Part II: Membership, Leadership and Responsibility (2014) [hereinafter Yee, Part II].

3 Weil, supra note 1, at 427.

4 Id. at 436-37.

5 Id. at 439.

6 Id. at 437.

7 Int'l Law Comm'n, Report on the Work of Its Seventy-First Session, UN Doc. A/74/10, at 182 (Apr. 29-June 7, July 8-Aug. 9, 2019).

8 Weil, supra note 1, at 431.

9 Id. at 433.

10 Id. at 427.

11 Id. at 442.

12 Id. at 427.

13 Id. at 423.

14 See supra note 2.

15 See Yee, Part II, supra note 2, at 85.

16 On the role of strong states and leader states, see id. at 123.

17 See Questions Relating to the Obligation to Prosecute or Extradite (Belg. v. Sen.), 2012 ICJ Rep. 422, paras. 68–69 (July 20). The standing issue potentially was present in Whaling in the Antarctic (Austl. v. Japan: N.Z.), 2014 ICJ Rep. 226, but it was not discussed by the Court.

18 See Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (Gam. v. Myan.), I.C.J., https://www.icj-cij.org/en/case/178.

The International Law of Co-Progressiveness as a Response to the Problems Associated with “Relative Normativity”

  • Sienho Yee (a1)

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