In this course, Jean-Pierre Cot first examines whether the issue of ethics of the international trial is a problem or a subject of study. International justice is fallible human justice and involves its share of errors, uncertainties and fraud. Ad hoc judges are appointed by the parties to the trial and inevitably have contact with “their” party before their appoint…
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“L’éthique du procès international (Volume 391)”, in:
Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law.
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