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This index presents a list of ancient author names (or terms) that occur in this book titled Boundaries of Discourse in the International Court of Justice. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. ICJ territorial adjudication is about more than geographical demarcation; it is also an exercise in discursive boundary-drawing. The book highlights how states and members of the Court engage in an ongoing dialogue about the boundaries of law and its linguistic limitations. It shows that mapping legal grammars in ICJ adjudication is a valuable device in probing linguistic patterns of the discipline. A discursive reading of Arab territorial disputes highlights how critical approaches provide useful tools for interrogating both legal speech and its silences.

Keywords: Arab territorial disputes; International Court of Justice (ICJ)



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