Misunderstanding in language and ambiguity in law — DiploFoundation blogs

Co-authored with Ms Diana Madibekova Diplomacy as a practice crucially depends on the use of language. The words of diplomats can foster agreement, persuade, or create tensions. Similarly, international law creates meaning and obligations through the use of language. It is, therefore, important to take a step back from the day-to-day work and reflect more…

via Misunderstanding in language and ambiguity in law — DiploFoundation blogs

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