Yearbook of the International Law Commission 2003, Vol. II, Part 2
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Yearbook of the International Law Commission 2003, Vol. II, Part 2

This volume contains the report of the International Law Commission on the work of its fifty-fifth session (5 May - 6 June and 7 June – 8 August 2003). The issues discussed at that session included: reservations to treaties, diplomatic protection, unilateral acts of States, state responsibility, and international liability for injurious consequences arising out of acts not prohibited by international law, and responsibilities of international organizations.
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At its fifty-second session, in 2000, the Commission decided to include the topic “Responsibility of international organizations” in its long-term programme of work. The General Assembly, in paragraph 8 of its resolution 55/152 of 12 December 2000, took note of the Commission’s decision with regard to the long-term programme of work, and of the syllabus for the new topic annexed to the report of the Commission to the Assembly on the work of its fifty-second session. The Assembly, in paragraph 8 of its resolution 56/82 of 12 December 2001, requested the Commission to begin its work on the topic “Responsibility of international organizations”.
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