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Peaceful Settlement Of International Disputes: Current State And Perspectives

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Charter provides for the general principle of the duty of member States of peaceful settlement of disputes which may put at risk international peace, that duty coexists with the prerrogative of the choice left to the contending parties of adoption of one of the methods of peaceful settlement of disputes. A more fertile ground for research seems to be provided by the interaction or complementarity of means of peaceful settlement, as often illustrated, along the years. As a technique of dispute-settlement, fact-finding has lately been utilized in pursuance of the prevalence of common and superior values, such as the search for justice and the safeguard of democracy and the rule of law. The search for ad hoc solutions has by no means been limited to the American continent. It can hardly be doubted that peaceful settlement of international disputes is in keeping with the general interests of the international community.

Keywords: ad hoc solutions; International Community; international disputes



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