Flexibility in International Dispute Settlement

Conciliation Revisited

In recent years, the tendency has been to settle international disputes by informal methods. Among those methods conciliation has seen a successful revival, after many years of decline, in the case of Timor Leste v. Australia while inter-State complaint proceedings under the UN-sponsored human rights treaties have unexpectedly reached their merits stage of conciliation. The present book takes stock of these developments by portraying, at the same time, the potential of the OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration which still remains to be fully activated. Additionally, the contributions reach out to geographical areas in Africa and Asia. An analysis of the relevant procedural mechanisms completes the study to which 14 authors from nine different countries have contributed.

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Christian Tomuschat Dr juris Heidelberg 1964. Professor of constitutional and international law Bonn (1972-1994), Humboldt University Berlin 1995-2004. Member UN Human Rights Committee 1977-1966, UN International Law Commission 1985-1996. Coordinator National Truth Commission Guatemala (1997-1999). Member Institut de droit international.

Marcelo G. Kohen PhD Geneva 1995, Professor of International Law, Graduate Institute, Geneva; Member and Secretary-General, Institute of International Law; international arbitrator; counsel before the ICJ and international tribunals; more than a hundred publications in international law, in English, French and Spanish.
Academics, lawyers and diplomats charged with handling international disputes, political scientists and analysts.
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