The Role of the International Court of Justice As the Principal Judicial Organ of the United Nations

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2003. gada 1. janv. - 447 lappuses
"The Role of the International Court of Justice as the Principal Judicial Organ of the United Nations is a thought-provoking and valuable addition to the existing literature on the ICJ. The book's originality lies in that it provides both the student and practitioner of international law and relations with a comprehensive evaluation of important but hitherto neglected aspects of the work of the World Court: its contribution to the functioning of the UN system; its role in interpreting and developing the institutional law of the UN and in clarifying its purposes and principles, particularly in the settlement of international disputes; the Court's advisory and contentious competencies and their interrelationship as well as the extent of its supervisory powers over decisions emanating from other UN organs such as the Security Council. The book concludes with practical suggestions on how to develop the Court's role into a better organisation of justice to enable it to face new challenges for the future.
 

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Introduction
1
The ICJ as a part of the UN system
22
Conclusion
44
Organs Authorised to Request Advisory Opinions
50
Prerequisites for Requesting an Advisory Opinion
66
competence of other organs
74
The Obligation to Request Advisory Opinions from the ICJ
100
Are They Binding?
109
Conclusion
277
Judicial review in the national and international domain
290
préparatoires
300
review
308
The means of referring acts to the Court
326
The scope of the judicial review
333
Conclusion
339
The legal basis of the ICJs appellate jurisdiction over the Administrative
345

Conclusion
119
The ICJ and the Implied Powers of the UN and its Organs
129
The Determination of the Relationship between the UN Organs
136
The ICJ and the Exercise of Exclusive Competence by the UN Organs
143
Interpretation and Application of Agreements between the UN and
159
The ICJ and the Legal Effect of the Resolutions of the UN Organs
167
Conclusion
174
The role of the ICJ in maintaining international peace and security
213
The role of the ICJ with regard to other purposes and principles
262
Procedures of judicial appeal
353
The parties to judicial appeal
361
A turning point and evaluation
368
Conclusion
374
Suggestions to enhance the Courts role as the principal judicial
380
Concluding Remarks
394
Index
439
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Mohamed Sameh Amr is Senior Lecturer of Public International Law, Cairo University, teaching international institutional law and public international law. Dr Amr is currently Deputy Permanent Delegate of Egypt to UNESCO in Paris.

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