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The Administration Of Justice By The International Court Of Justice And The Parties

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One of the distinctive features of the present situation of the International Court of Justice (ICJ or Court) is the remarkable increase of the cases before the Court. In the increase of the cases, especially of the ones unilaterally filed by one of the Parties, the other Party to the dispute is forced to be involved in the process before the Court. Under such circumstances the function of the ICJ as the principal judicial organ of the United Nations is much highlighted now: the effective settlement of each dispute and the administration of justice as the principal judicial organ. This chapter focuses on the opinions of the Judges in which the discussion of the Court on this point and the personal perception of each Judge about the function of the Court can be seen.

Keywords: administration of justice; International Court of Justice (ICJ); jurisdiction



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