A Permanent Court of International Justice

in Nordic Journal of International Law
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Abstract

The Permanent Court of International Justice was the first significant court of justice at the international level. Its active life spanned over two decades and yielded an international judiciary while exploring the merits of international adjudication and international law when put into practice. It was partly due to the legacy of the Permanent Court that the second half of the twentieth century witnessed several other successful projects of international justice. At the same time, the decisions of the Permanent Court indicated some of the pertinent problems of international adjudication, notably the omnipresent risk of judges being influenced by national tendencies and traditions with parochial views of international law in result.

A Permanent Court of International Justice

in Nordic Journal of International Law

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