World Court Digest: Volume 3: 1996 - 2000

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 5, 2002 - Law - 745 pages
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The World Court Digest continues the Fontes Iuris Gentium, a series that presents the decisions of the Permanent Court of International Justice, up to 1990. The new volume covers the period from 1996 to 2000. All important pronouncements of the Court in its judgments and advisory opinions, are systematically arranged under specific topics taken from substantive and procedural international law. The World Court Digest provides reliable access to the decisions of the most significant international judicial organ on questions as important as the aerial incident at Lockerbie, the crimes of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as the use of nuclear weapons and the use of force in the Yugoslavian context.
 

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Contents

Substantive International Law First Part
1
SOURCES OF INTERNATIONAL
9
INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MUNICIPAL
22
USE OF FORCE AND RELATED PROBLEMS
98
LAW OF TREATIES
111
VIOLATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL
183
TERRITORY OF STATES
217
AIR AND SPACE
252
THE PROCEDURE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
544
Article 26 Paragraph 2 of the Statute
551
ADVISORY OPINIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL
652
Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria Cameroon v Nigeria
689
Intervention by Equatorial Guinea Order of 21 October 1999
695
Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
702
Oil Platforms Islamic Republic of Iran v United States of America
708
LaGrand Germany v United States of America
715

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT
296
EXTRADITION
312
B Equality of Parties
319
tus stand
350
KasikiliSedudu Island BotswanaNamibia
724
The Judges of the International Court of Justice 19962000
730
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