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This book fills a gap in the literature on how the Convention for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions positions itself within the bigger field of public international law. Several studies have been undertaken regarding the relationship of this Convention with the trade regime. However, the drafting process of the Convention brought many more than only trade issues to the forefront, such as heritage law, human rights law, or development law issues. This book investigates to what extent the Convention has impact on these various fields of law and thus aims at clarifying the Convention’s contribution to the fragmentation of public international law.