International Dispute Settlement

Pirmais vāks
Cambridge University Press, 1998. gada 26. nov. - 354 lappuses
This is a completely updated edition of this definitive overview of peaceful settlement of international disputes. The book will appeal to lawyers and political scientists with an interest in international law and also to students. The third edition includes references to all recent International Court cases and to the latest arbitration awards. The chapter on the United Nations has been updated to take account of new activities of the Security Council. Since the end of the Cold War this third edition includes a completely new chapter on the settlement of international trade disputes with particular reference to the World Trade Organization. Documents in the Appendix have been reviewed and added to in the new edition.
 

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NEGOTIATION
1
Consultation
3
Forms of negotiation
8
Substantive aspects of negotiation
12
Negotiation and adjudication
17
Limitations of negotiation
22
MEDIATION
27
Mediators
28
THE LAW OF THE SEA CONVENTION
170
The principle of compulsory settlement
172
Exceptions to the principle of compulsory settlement
175
Conciliation
178
Arbitration
180
Special arbitration
183
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
185
The SeaBed Disputes Chamber
187

Consent to mediation
31
Functions of mediation
35
The limits of mediation
39
INQUIRY
44
The 1899 Hague Convention
45
The Dogger Bank inquiry
46
Inquiries under the 1907 Hague Convention
47
Treaty practice 19111940
51
The Red Crusader inquiry
52
The Letelier and Moffitt case
55
The value of inquiry
58
CONCILIATION
62
The work of commissions of conciliation
65
The practice of conciliation
70
The place of conciliation in modern treaty law
74
Further developments
79
The significance of conciliation
84
ARBITRATION
88
The selection of arbitrators
92
Terms of reference
95
Basis of the decision
99
Effect of the award
105
Private international arbitration
111
The utility of arbitration
115
THE INTERNATIONAL COURT I ORGANISATION AND PROCEDURE
121
Jurisdictional disputes
124
Incidental and advisory jurisdiction
129
Membership of the Court
137
Chambers
140
THE INTERNATIONAL COURT II THE WORK OF THE COURT
146
Extension of the Courts function
151
Legal and political disputes
155
The effect of judgments
159
The significance of the Court
164
Establishing the ITLS
190
The significance of the Convention
193
INTERNATIONAL TRADE DISPUTES
197
The Dispute Settlement Understanding
199
Consultations
201
Good offices conciliation and mediation
202
Panel proceedings
205
Appellate review
208
Implementation of rulings and recommendations
212
Arbitration
214
The WTO system in context
216
THE UNITED NATIONS
220
The machinery of the Organisation
221
The work of the Security Council and General Assembly
223
The role of the SecretaryGeneral
226
The political organs and the International Court
233
Peacekeeping operations
238
Action under Chapter VII
245
Are decisions of the political organs open to legal challenge?
249
The effectiveness of the United Nations
252
REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS
259
The role of regional organisations in disputes
266
Limitations of regional organisations
272
Regional organisations and adjudication
276
Regional organisations and the United Nations
280
TRENDS AND PROSPECTS
285
A political perspective
288
A legal perspective
292
Improving the capacity of political methods
298
Improving the capacity of legal methods
304
Conclusion
310
Appendix
312
Index
343
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