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The Humanisation Of International Courts

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Several international courts have considered individual rights and particular interests in their pronouncements. This chapter discusses three recent cases that illustrate this new approach to international law: the Order of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the case concerning Ahmadou Sadio Diallo Preliminary Objections; the Eleventh Arbitration Award of the Ad Hoc Arbitration Court of MERCOSUR in the case Failure of the Argentine State to adopt appropriate measures to prevent and/or terminate the impediments to free movement arising from the blocking in Argentine territory of the access roads to the General SanMartin and General Artigas international bridges connecting the Argentine Republic with the Republic of Uruguay; and the Decision on Liability of 3 October 2006 of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in the case of the Proceedings between LG&p;E Energy Corp., LG&p;E Capital Corp., LG&p;E International Inc. (Claimants) and the Argentine Republic (Respondent).

Keywords: humanisation; ICSID; individual rights; International Court of Justice (ICJ); international law



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