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FLORENCE MUMBA * 28. Ensuring a Fair Trial whilst Protecting Victims and Witnesses - Balancing of Interests? 1. INTRODUCTION The ICTY Statute emphasises the right of the accused to a fair and public trial. The ICTY Statute also acknowledges the need for protection of victims and witnesses

In: Essays on ICTY Procedure and Evidence
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FLORENCE MUMBA * 28. Ensuring a Fair Trial whilst Protecting Victims and Witnesses - Balancing of Interests? 1. INTRODUCTION The ICTY Statute emphasises the right of the accused to a fair and public trial. The ICTY Statute also acknowledges the need for protection of victims and witnesses

In: Essays on ICTY Procedure and Evidence
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The Balancing of Interests and the Granting of Interim Protection by the International Court DWGreig Professor of Law Australian National University The role of members of the International Court, and indeed of the Court itself, is usually perceived in terms of a duty of judicial impartiality

In: The Australian Year Book of International Law Online
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ACCESS TO A COURT AND JURISDICTIONAL IMMUNITIES OF STATES: WHAT SCOPE FOR THE BALANCING OF INTERESTS TEST? maRco gestRi* The article of Beatrice Bonafè provides an accurate and stimulating analysis of the methodology followed by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in or- der to settle

In: The Italian Yearbook of International Law Online

. Looking for a Fair Balance of Interests. The Role of the Court of Justice of the EU and the Risk to Waste a Chance for Reform Laura Pierallini* I fij irst met John a long time ago and ever since then I always enjoyed his pleasant mood and his deep knowledge of aviation law. It was also a great pleasure

In: From Lowlands to High Skies: A Multilevel Jurisdictional Approach Towards Air law
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argues for its replacement with ‘a balance of interests’ in order to include non-state actors like the United Nations. It then proceeds to discuss the multiple ways in which interests and values are balanced in R2P to accommodate the demands of both global justice and national interests: between the UN

In: Global Responsibility to Protect
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a balancing of interests between two particular states). 122 For example, in the Seabed Disputes Chamber Advisory Opinion, discussed above, the Chamber, in addressing what is required of sponsoring states to fulfil their obligations in relation to the activities of contractors in the Area, noted

In: Regime Interaction in Ocean Governance
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There are various environmental and legal challenges arising from offshore renewable energy activities which were not foreseen at the time of the negotiation of the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). This book explores how UNCLOS has evolved to adapt to these new challenges through legal mechanisms and examines what gaps may remain and how they should be filled. The book highlights the process of normative reinforcement in the regulation of offshore renewable energy activities whilst maintaining the fundamental balance of interests between the coastal State and other States.