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Règlement pacifique des différends entre états : perspectives universelle et européenne /
sous la direction de Lucius Caflisch ; avec une préface de Robert Badinter = The peaceful settlement of disputes between states : universal and European perspectives / edited by Lucius Caflisch ; with a preface by Robert Badinter.
imprint
The Hague : Boston : Kluwer Law International, c1998.
description
xii, 148 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9041104615 (acid-free paper)
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imprint
The Hague : Boston : Kluwer Law International, c1998.
isbn
9041104615 (acid-free paper)
general note
At head of title: Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales, Genève.
catalogue key
2165059
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Summaries
Main Description
International law has made remarkable progress during the last decades. But law-making is one thing, ensuring compliance quite another. While the enthusiasm and support for international law-making are considerable, caution and mistrust soon re-emerge when disputes arise over implementation. To persuade member States of the OSCE to resort to international conciliation and arbitration, there must be the will to use the Court on the part of States. This work takes stock of the obstacles, whether they be institutional (different mechanisms for the peaceful settlement of disputes), structural (actual limitations to the settlement of disputes between States) or relate to competition (between means of diplomatic settlement and adjudication). This work is based on a Symposium held in Geneva to mark the Constitution of the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCE. The contributions deal in particular with a variety of topics which could arise within the framework of the new OSCE Court, such as political and judicial means of settlement, subsidiarity of the new Court, and conciliation and arbitration before that Court.
Unpaid Annotation
International law has made remarkable progress during the last decades. But law-making is one thing, ensuring compliance quite another. While the enthusiasm & support for international law-making are considerable, caution & mistrust soon reemerge when disputes arise over implementation. To persuade member States of the OSCE to resort to international conciliation & arbitration, there must be the will to use the Court on the part of States. This work takes stock of the obstacles, whether they be institutional (different mechanisms for the peaceful settlement of disputes), structural (actual limitations to the settlement of disputes between States) or relate to competition (between means of diplomatic settlement & adjudication). This work is based on a Symposium held in Geneva to mark the Constitution of the Court of Conciliation & Arbitration within the OSCE. The contributions deal in particular with a variety of topics which could arise within the frame-work of the new OSCE Court, such as political & judicial means of settlement, subsidiarity of the new Court, & conciliation & arbitration before that Court.
Table of Contents
Preface
The Universal Perspective
Reglement des conflits interetatiques: possibilites et limites a l'aube du systeme de Stockholmp. 3
Diplomatic Settlement or Adjudication? Advantages and Drawbacksp. 17
Should One Fear the Proliferation of Mechanisms for the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes?p. 25
The European Perspective
La place de la Convention de 1992 au sein de l'OSCEp. 45
La subsidiarite des mecanismes de la Convention de 1992p. 55
The Conciliation Procedure Established by the Convention on Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCEp. 67
The Arbitration Procedure Established by the Convention on Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCEp. 79
Round Table
Comment apprecier la nouvelle Cour et comment assurer sa reussite?p. 95
List Showing Signatures and Ratifications or Accessions Relating to the Convention on Conciliation and Arbitration within the OSCEp. 107
List of the Members of the Courtp. 111
Reservations, Declarations and Statementsp. 117
(a) Reglement de la Courp. 121
(b) Rules of the Courtp. 135
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