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Parliamentary Diplomacy An Examination of the Legal Quality of the Rules of Procedure of Organs of the United Nations (Volume 89)

(47,685 words)

Author(s): C. Jessup, Philip
C. Jessup, Philip Keywords: United Nations | Law of procedure | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Droit procédural | ABSTRACT Philip Jessup begins the introduction of his course with an explanation of the term “Parliamentary Diplomacy", namely the practice of intergovernmental negotiations and discussions conducted within the fixed rules of procedure in organizations such as the General Assembly and the United Nations Councils. After a presentation of parliamentary law in national legislation, the author presents compari…

Problèmes de procédure dans la jurisprudence internationale (Volume 91)

(23,576 words)

Author(s): Salvioli, Gabriele
Salvioli, Gabriele Keywords: International Court of Justice | Law of procedure | Mots clefs: Cour internationale de Justice | Droit procédural | ABSTRACT In this course on Procedural Problems in International Case Law, Gabriele Salvioli, Professor of International Law at the University of Florence, focuses first on the admissibility of the request. The author next examines the issue of acceptance of the obligatory case law of the International Court of Justice. Finally, the author discusses various problems related to the concept of jurisdiction. Dans ce cours consacré aux pro…

L’intervention dans la procédure de la Cour internationale de Justice (Volume 256)

(102,793 words)

Author(s): Torres Bernárdez, Santiago
Torres Bernárdez, Santiago Keywords: International Court of Justice | Intervention | Law of procedure | Mots clefs: Cour internationale de Justice | Intervention et non-intervention | Droit procédural | ABSTRACT The central theme in this course by Santiago Torres Bernardez, former Registrar of the International Court of Justice, is to show what characterizes a “true intervention” under the terms of the statute of the International Court of Justice. The author has essentially drawn the data for his study from the jurisprudenc…