sábado, marzo 6, 2021

Archivo de Etiquetas: Central America

Construction of a road in Costa Rica along the San Juan river (Nicaragua v. Costa Rica) – Certain activities carried out by Nicaragua in the border area (Costa Rica v. Nicaragua) – Request presented by Nicaragua for the indication of provisional measures order. Corte Internacional de Justicia 13/12/2013

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE YEAR 2013 General List Nos. 152 and 150 13 December 2013 CONSTRUCTION OF A ROAD IN COSTA RICA ALONG THE SAN JUAN RIVER (NICARAGUA v. COSTA RICA) CERTAIN ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT BY NICARAGUA IN THE BORDER AREA (COSTA RICA v. NICARAGUA) REQUEST PRESENTED BY NICARAGUA FOR …

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Convention for the Establishment of a Central American Court of Justice (1907)

Convention for the Establishment of a Central American Court of Justice. The Governments of the Republics of Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Salvador, for the purpose of efficaciously guaranteeing their rights and maintaining peace and harmony inalterably in their relations, without being obliged to resort in any case to …

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The Honduran Crisis and the Turn to Constitutional Legitimism, Part II: The Pitfalls of Constitutional Legitimism

The Honduran Crisis and the Turn to Constitutional Legitimism, Part II: The Pitfalls of Constitutional Legitimism In my previous post on this topic, I argued that the international reaction to the Honduran coup potentially augurs a shift in foundational norms governing the relationship between international and domestic legal authority.  I …

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