The International Court of Justice at a Crossroads
This major study of the International Court of Justice was the first comprehensive analysis of the issues confronting governments in reexamining the scope of their consent to the Court’s jurisdiction. Topics include the suitability of various kinds of disputes for resolution by the Court; problems of non-appearance, non-participation, and non-performance; provisional measures; and more.
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Comparative and Foreign Law | Human Rights Law | International Law | Jurisdiction | Law
Center on Global Governance
Damrosch, Lori Fisler, "The International Court of Justice at a Crossroads" (1987). Books. 214.