Non-Appearance Before the International Court of Justice: Functional and Comparative Analysis
Any dreams that Europe had at last become too mature a society of states for the continent to be afficted by bloody international disputes have been shattered in recent months. This unique book examines both the sources of disputes -the delimination of boundaries, ethnic differences, human rights violations, environmental damage, drug control, etc. -& the most appropriate methods for settling them. The examination is thorough & detailed, & the result is a substantial work, authored by leading authorities, many of whom have played major roles in devising & operating dispute settlement procedures. This bilingual (English & French) volume is destined to become an important vade-mecum for diplomats & officials, & a reference work of permanent significance for students, academics & all those interested in international law & relations.
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