Harmonious Interpretation Meets the UN Charter: The Derogation Presumption

by Secil Bilgic   Article 103 of the United Nations Charter (Charter) stipulates the supremacy of obligations stemming from the Charter over other international obligations. Since the United Nations (UN) Member States are obliged to ‘accept and carry out’ binding decisions of the Security Council (Council), the Council’s Chapter VII Resolutions (Resolutions) enjoy this supremacy … Continue reading Harmonious Interpretation Meets the UN Charter: The Derogation Presumption