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This section of the book Interpretation, Revision and Other Recourse from International Judgments and Awards contains a list of reference books and material. Given the consensual basis of all international litigation and the absence of any systemic hierarchy of international courts and tribunals, procedures such as these are not easily set up in the international community, although all the factors that have led to them in the internal judicial systems certainly can be found in the international judicial system. Following the nearly two centuries of judicial and arbitral activity through ad hoc tribunals and later through standing courts such as the Permanent Court of International Justice and the International Court of Justice, we now have comprehensive and systematic international practice for dealing with this type of situation.

Keywords: internal judicial system; International Court of Justice



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