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This study offers an examination of the tensions which exist between two of the most important sources of international law: treaty and custom. Through detailed analysis of state practice and key decisions of international tribunals, Dr Kontou considers the circumstances by which new customary law may abrogate the obligations of a prior treaty, and argues that there is a special category of situations which supports the right of a state to re-negotiate a treaty by an appeal to new customary law.