The Iran-United States Claims Tribunal: Its Contribution to the Law of State Responsibility
Richard B. Lillich, Daniel Barstow Magraw, David J. Bederman, American Society of International Law
Transnational Publishers, 1998 - Law - 400 pages
At the time of its establishment in 1981 as part of the resolution of the Iranian hostage crisis, few foresaw the growth of the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal as the most innovative and influential arbitral tribunal of its time. Over and over again it has dealt with new and challenging disputes and arrived at resolutions that set new precedents in international law, particularly in respect of state responsibility.
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