Abstract

A considerable number of international law treaties contain a provision on the scope of application, i.e. they regulate the subject matter covered by the rules which they contain. Mostly, that kind of provision forms part of the preliminary articles of the treaty concerned.

Keywords

Cultural Diversity State Parti Cultural Good Cultural Content Cultural Expression 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.LeipzigGermany

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