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This section of the book Claims of Dual Nationals and the Development of Customary International Law: Issues Before the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal contains the table of cases discussed in the book. The United Arab Emirates. The law governing the international claims of dual nationals relates to the wider subject of the individual's standing at the international level. But while the latter had, as a result of modern trends in human rights, hugely improved as from the middle of the last century, no occasion to test its impact on such claims had arisen prior to the 1980s, when the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal-justifiably described as the most influential arbitral institution in the history of international adjudication-first became involved with the issue.

Keywords: customary international law; dual nationals



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