Actio Popularis, la difesa dell’interesse comune (Ing. & Fr.)


Even in areas where international law is clearly inspired by the Community interest and the defense of collective interest, this does not exclude any form of reciprocity. In the field of human rights, for example, it is common to use the terminology of “absolute” or “objective” obligations as opposed to other obligations that are clearly based on reciprocity. Admittedly, the norms of protection of human rights are inspired more by the existence of collective interests (or values) than by the idea of reciprocal exchange of benefits.]…] Any process of ratification of a treaty therefore contains an inherent form of reciprocity. […[

Continue reading