Customary international law state practice peremptory norms ius cogens published under the auspices of the max planck foundation for international peace and the rule of law under the direction of rdiger wolfrum. The persistent objector doctrine allows a nation that objects to an emerging customary norm to refuse to be bound by that norm even after the norm attains the status of customary international law 7 consider this doctrine in the human rights context may a state opt out of an emerging norm of human rights law by objecting to it during its . The persistent objector rule is said to provide states with an escape hatch from the otherwise universal binding force of customary international law it provides that if a state persistently objects to a newly emerging norm of customary international law during the formation of that norm . Persistent objectors cooperation and the utility of customary international law joel p trachtman introduction as pointed out by professors bradley and gulati1 the international persistent objector status8 in stage 2 adherents and persistent objectors. A key concept in international law is that of customary international law cil this precept is based upon the notion that states are bound to a given norm of international law through custom and action indicating their obligation to be bound opinio juris
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