Affaire de certaines terres phosphates Nauru (Nauru c. Australie)

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United Nations Publications, 2003 - Australia - 428 pages
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Contents

There is no basis for the Australian contentions relating to judicial
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1ntroduction
13
Section lf Nauru under the Trusteeship
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Section 1lf Political and economic evolution 19591966
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Section 1V The phosphate and political settlements 19671968
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OBJECTIONS TO JURISDICTION AND ADMISSIBILITY BASED
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the Australian declaration under
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PART IIL OBJECTIONS TO JURISDICTION AND ADMISSIBILITY BASED
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Details of calculations 31
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Expose ecrit de Nauru Written Statemem of Nauru
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Imroduction
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The Nauruan approach to rehabilitation
256
RESPONSE
265
The economic situation at independence
273
The phrase some other method of peaceful settlemem
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Delay or prescription
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Specific issues in the presem case concerning liability
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The absence of jurisdiction without the consem of a third
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ADDITIONAL CLAIMS MADE FOR FIRST TIME IN THE MEMO
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The claim by Nauru has not been made within a reasonable
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It would be comrary to judicial propriety for the Court
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Submissions
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PHOSPHATE INCOME BEFORE INDEPENDENCE 3
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Naurus phosphate income before independence 4
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INCOME AT INDEPENDENCE 13
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PHOSPHATE INCOME AFTER INDEPENDENCE 16
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REHABILITATION AND ECONOMIC FUTURE 22
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Waiver
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Chapter 3 Prior settlement of the dispute
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Joinder or consent of third parties
327
THE OVERSEAS ASSETS OF THE BRITISH PHOSPHATE COMMIS
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The claim concerning the overseas assets does not constitute
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Jurisdiction exists even if the issue relating to the overseas
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The Australian argumem
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The conditions requiring the Court to take exceptional
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SUBMISSlONS
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Priorities of government 20
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