A treaty1 does not create either obligations or rights for a third state without its consent2. However, an obligation arises for a third state from a provision of a treaty if the parties to it intend the provision to be the means of establishing the obligation and the third state expressly accepts3 that obligation in writing4. A right arises for a third state from a provision of a treaty if the parties to the treaty intend the provision to accord that right either to the third state, or to a
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