International Litigation in Practice

This Series aims at filling a perceived need among practitioners and academics, arising from the increased recourse by States to the International Court of Justice and the growth of international litigation involving States before other courts and tribunals during the past twenty years. As a result of the enhanced utilization of judicial and arbitral means of peaceful settlement of disputes involving States, new procedures have developed, while previously unused or controversial provisions found in the statutory and other governing instruments have come under scrutiny and have been clarified by judges and arbitrators.

The Series sets out such issues and consists of practical books prepared by specialists, serving as self-contained references whenever the issues they cover come to the fore in a particular case. Although the point of departure is the International Court of Justice, the Series also deals with the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and other international and arbitral courts and tribunals established for the settlement of disputes involving States.

The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.

Editorial Board

General Editors
Loretta Malintoppi, 39 Essex Chambers
N. Jansen Calamita, National University of Singapore

Advisory Board
David Anderson, ITLOS
John R. Crook, The George Washington University Law School
Gilbert Guillaume, International Academy for Arbitration Law
Sean D. Murphy, The George Washington University Law School
Alain Pellet, Université de Paris Ouest (retired)
Brigitte Stern, International Academy for Arbitration Law
Rüdiger Wolfrum, Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
Sir Michael Wood, 20 Essex Street

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