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New Restrictions on Arbitral Appointments for Sitting ICJ Judges

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

New Restrictions on Arbitral Appointments for Sitting ICJ Judges Editor’s Note: This week, in a trio of posts by Callum Musto, Marie Davoise, and Frederic Sourgens, we facilitate discussion on the nature of the International Court of Justice’s judicial function, and the occasional international arbitration appointments accepted by individual judges …

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Venezuela’s Non-Participation Before the ICJ in the Dispute over the Essequibo Region

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Venezuela’s Non-Participation Before the ICJ in the Dispute over the Essequibo Region On 18 June 2018, Venezuela notified the International Court of Justice that it intends not to participate in the proceedings before the Court in the case over the Essequibo region brought by Guyana (for an excellent analysis of …

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Some Thoughts on the Jadhav Case: Jurisdiction, Merits, and the Effect of a Presidential Communication

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Some Thoughts on the Jadhav Case: Jurisdiction, Merits, and the Effect of a Presidential Communication On 8 May, India instituted proceedings at the International Court of Justice against Pakistan relating to the latter’s imprisonment and award of death penalty to Kulbhushan Jadhav, an Indian national. Pakistan claims it arrested Mr Jadhav on …

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