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Procedural Developments at the International Court of Justice

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The present column covers procedural developments at the International Court of Justice for the period spanning from 1 July 2015 to 31 March 2017. Those developments involve the existence of a dispute as a condition for the Court’s jurisdiction; the interpretation of compromissory clauses; the interpretation of declarations made under Article 36(2) of the ICJ Statute (the “Optional Clause”); the principles of res judicata, ne bis in idem and exhaustion of treaty processes; the indispensable third parties doctrine; the admissibility of requests to enforce judgments of the Court; issues of admissibility arising from multilateral disputes; and allocation of costs under Article 64 of the Statute.

Affiliations: 1: University of Cambridge


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