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Archivo de Etiquetas: International Court

Is Libya Under an Obligation to Surrender Saif Gaddafi to the ICC? Part I (What Does the Rome Statute Say?)

Is Libya Under an Obligation to Surrender Saif Gaddafi to the ICC? Part I (What Does the Rome Statute Say?) Since the capture of Saif Al Islam Gaddafi last week there have been questions asked about whether he ought to be tried in Libya or by the International Court Criminal …

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The Contribution of the International Court of Justice and the Law of the Use of Force

The Contribution of the International Court of Justice and the Law of the Use of Force At the end of October,  I had the pleasure of spending a few days at the UN in New York where I was invited to speak to the annual meeting of the Legal Advisers of Foreign Ministers …

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General Assembly and Security Council Elect Four Judges to the ICJ But Fail to Agree On Fifth Judge. What Happens Next?

General Assembly and Security Council Elect Four Judges to the ICJ But Fail to Agree On Fifth Judge. What Happens Next? Last week the United Nations General Assembly and Security Council conducted  elections to elect judges to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) (see UN Press Releases here and here). Under …

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ICJ Permits Greece to Intervene in Germany v. Italy Immunity case

ICJ Permits Greece to Intervene in Germany v. Italy Immunity caseOn the 4th of July, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decided that Greece can intervene in the Jurisdictional Immunities of the State case (Germany v. Italy). The case concerns a claim by Germany that Italian courts have failed to respect …

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Questioning the Peremptory Status of the Prohibition of the Use of Force

Questioning the Peremptory Status of the Prohibition of the Use of ForceDr James A. Green is lecturer in law at the University of Reading School of Law.The prohibition of the unilateral use of force, as set out most crucially in Article 2(4) of the UN Charter, is often seen as …

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Could the International Court of Justice Indicate a ‘No-Fly Zone’ over Libya?

Could the International Court of Justice Indicate a ‘No-Fly Zone’ over Libya?Stefan Talmon is Professor of Public International Law at the University of Oxford.A wind of change is currently sweeping through North Africa and the Middle East. While the transformation in Tunisia and Egypt has, at least so far, occurred …

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Order of 24 January 2011

Order of 24 January 2011 NEW Judgment No.2867 of the Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization upon a Complaint Filed against the International Fund for Agricultural Development (Request for Advisory Opinion) – Extension of time-limits (37 Kb)Read more … [via International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands]

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Application

Application Proceedings instituted by the Republic of Costa Rica against the Republic of Nicaragua – Application instituting proceedings (8 Mb)Read more … [via International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands]

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Judgment of 30 November 2010

Judgment of 30 November 2010NEW Ahmadou Sadio Diallo (Republic of Guinea v. Democratic Republic of the Congo) – Judgment of 30 November 2010 (215 Kb)Read more …[via International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands]

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Order of 16 November 2010

Order of 16 November 2010 Certain Criminal Proceedings in France (Republic of the Congo v. France) – Removal from list (23 Kb)Read more … [via International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands]

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Judgment of 30 November 2010

Judgment of 30 November 2010NEW Ahmadou Sadio Diallo (Republic of Guinea v. Democratic Republic of the Congo) – Judgment of 30 November 2010 (215 Kb)Read more …[via International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands]

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Judgment of 30 November 2010

International Court of Justice Judgment of 30 November 2010 NEW Ahmadou Sadio Diallo (Republic of Guinea v. Democratic Republic of the Congo) – Judgment of 30 November 2010 (215 Kb)Read more … [via International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands]

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