Hague Yearbook of International Law 1996

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Jul 1, 1997 - Law - 242 pages
Academics and practitioners alike turn to the renowned "Hague Yearbook of International Law" for broad coverage of key topical matters in the field. This volume contains Congress papers and in-depth articles in English and French covering developments in private international law, international humanitarian law, and international environmental law. It also includes summaries of key aspects of decisions rendered by various international law institutions such as the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of Arbitration, and the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal. The total effect of the various papers contained within this single resource is coverage of a broad range of current, important topics in the field. The reporting on the decisions of numerous tribunals and on matters before them enables readers to keep abreast of developments from a variety of sources that have the potential to change or have changed the state of the law and its practice. Topics covered in this issue include: - approximation of national legislation in Central and Eastern Europe with that of the European Community; - the Russian experience of UNCITRAL and international commercial arbitration; - international and European environmental compliance; and - oil platforms cases.
 

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Contents

ALEXANDRECHARLES KISS
45
SHARON DETRICK
77
Maritime Delimitation between GuineaBissau
90
Application of the Convention on the Prevention
99
GabčíkovoNagymaros Project HungarySlovakia
113
KasikiliSedudu Island BotswanaNamibia
128
INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE PROSECUTION
149
THE IRANUNITED STATES CLAIMS TRIBUNAL
191
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