Conciliation In International Law

Author: Christian Tomuschat
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004312110
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This volume collects the materials underlying the International Colloquium “Conciliation in the Globalized World of Today“, held on 11 and 12 June 2015 in Vienna under the auspices of the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration within the ...

International Dispute Settlement

Author: MaryEllen O'Connell
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351562487
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This volume of the Library of Essays in International Law focuses on the classic procedures of peaceful settlement: negotiation, good offices, inquiry, conciliation, arbitration, judicial settlement, and agencies for dispute resolution.

International Dispute Settlement

Author: J. G. Merrills
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316738248
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The latest edition of this successful textbook on the techniques and institutions used to solve international disputes, how they work and when they are used, looks at diplomatic (negotiation, mediation, inquiry and conciliation) and legal ...

International Law

Author: Malcolm N. Shaw
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107188474
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29; Murty, 'Settlement', pp. 682–3; H. Fox, 'Conciliation', in David Davies
Memorial Institute, International Disputes, p. 93; J. P. Cot, La Conciliation
Internationale, Paris, 1968; Bowett, 'Contemporary Developments', chapter 2; V.
Degan, 'International Conciliation: Its Past and Future', Völkerrecht und
Rechtsphilosophie, 1980, p. 261; Conciliation in International Law; The OSCE
Court of Conciliation and Arbitration (ed. C. Tomuschat, R. P. Mazzeschi and D.
Thurer), The Hague, 2016; ...

International Conciliation

Author: Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet Estournelles de Constant (baron d')
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Paul-Henri-Benjamin Balluet Estournelles de Constant (baron d'), Sir Winston
Churchill, American Association for International Conciliation. sary for the welfare
of mankind is against the forces of nature, and that war, which is a struggle
between two or more parts of mankind involving destruction of a part of the
general resources, is inevitably injurious both to the parties concerned, and to
society at large.”—American Journal of International Law, July, 1911.

The International Law Commission S Articles On State Responsibility

Author: United Nations. International Law Commission
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521013895
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International Law Commission, James Crawford. diplomatic conference. Part
Three established a hierarchical dispute settlement procedure referring disputing
States first to negotiation (article [54]), then to conciliation (article [56]) and finally
to arbitration if the parties agreed (article [58]). Two annexes to the Part set out
the procedure for constituting a Conciliation Commission and an Arbitral Tribunal
respectively. However, the intermediate steps of negotiation and conciliation
could be ...

International Law

Author: Linda A. Malone
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
ISBN: 0735563063
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Methods of non-judicial dispute resolution are negotiation, inquiry, mediation/
good offices, and conciliation. Each method may be used alone or in any
combination with the other methods. Many international institutions today provide
dispute resolution processes that combine negotiation, inquiry, mediation, and
conciliation and, as a final resort, adjudication. A. Negotiation: Negotiation is a
face-to-face discussion between the disputing parties. It is a traditional and
commonly employed ...

International Law And Boundary Disputes In Africa

Author: Gbenga Oduntan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135039550
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Against the advantages of the conciliation procedure two arguments have been
advanced: First, there are in fact treaties which bind the participants in advance to
accept the conciliation Commission's views, creating the concept of a 'binding
conciliation'. Secondly and more important, a decision arising out of what is
basically a diplomatic procedure could well diverge in general or in an important
particular from a judgment on a comparable matter given on a strictly legal basis.
92 ...