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largely examined the interfaces from the perspective of national rule of law; namely, as to how the national rule of law understands, accepts, or resists the international rule of law. 4 Much less recognised is the international perspective: namely, as to how the international rule of law understands

In: International Organizations Law Review

, 1 as well as a growing number of research papers. 2 This article deals with examining and assessing the actual value of domestic and international rule of law. To do this, I will compare national legislation (constitutions, decrees, orders, and so on) with the existing legal system (‘real

In: Review of Central and East European Law

the ICSID framework, with only a few minor differences, and provides suggestions based on the international rule of law, which would bring the Centre back in line with its originally proposed intention of creating a more neutral and transparent forum. 2 Historical Context of Arbitration in Latin

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade
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International Rule of Law Work – the Case of Papua New Guinea Sinclair Dinnen* State Society and Governance in Melanesia, College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia sinclair.dinnen@anu.edu.au Abstract Papua New Guinea’s famous diversity manifests itself in

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

the “paramount importance of the Charter of the United Nations in the promotion of the rule of law among nations”. Yet when Sir Arthur Watts wrote this article in 1993, there had been little attempt to provide a definition of the international rule of law. Watts, who was the FCO Legal Adviser, as

In: British Contributions to International Law, 1915-2015 (Set)
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© koninklijke brill nv, leiden, 2015 | doi 10.1163/9789004288379_007 chapter 6 A Keen Observer of the International Rule of Law? Since the Opium War, from an insular imperial regime determined to have its traditions preserved, China has metamorphosed into a major interna- tional actor whose

In: China, State Sovereignty and International Legal Order

Chapter XXV International Rule of Law: The Need and Quest for International Compulsory Jurisdiction I. International Rule of Law Beyond Peaceful Settlement of Disputes Most of the classic works on international adjudication date from a time when one counted only on, besides the Permanent Court

In: International Law for Humankind

Chapter XXV International Rule of Law: The Need and Quest for International Compulsory Jurisdiction I. International Rule of Law Beyond Peaceful Settlement of Disputes Most of the classic works on international adjudication date from a time when one counted only on, besides the Permanent Court

In: International Law for Humankind

Chapter XXV International Rule of Law: The Need and Quest for International Compulsory Jurisdiction I. International Rule of Law Beyond Peaceful Settlement of Disputes Most of the classic works on international adjudication date from a time when one counted only on, besides the Permanent Court

In: International Law for Humankind
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Advanced International Studies ( sais ). I am grateful for the support of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences ( knaw ), and for the excellent research assistance of Anne van Mulligen. 1 Introduction One of the premises underlying the current debate on the International Rule of Law

In: Journal of the History of International Law / Revue d'histoire du droit international