Case-Law and the Development of International Law

Contributions by International Courts and Tribunals

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1 Prologue – One Hundred Years of International Justice and Its Contribution to the Development of International Law
   Patrícia Galvão Teles

part 1
The Contribution of International Courts and Tribunals to the Methodology of International Law
  Introduction 11 
Manuel Almeida Ribeiro

2 Method and Style in International Law, and the International Court of Justice’s Contribution 14 
Michael Wood

3 The Authority of the Precedents of the International Court of Justice in the Argumentative Practice in International Law 29 
Karem L. Cárdenas Ynfanzón

part 2
The Contribution of International Courts and Tribunals to the Development of Procedural Rules
  Introduction 45 
Laurence Boisson de Chazournes

4 The “Sparse Axiomatic Statement of Article 41” of the Statute of the International Court of Justice and the Court’s Latest Orders: Phatemate Mathemata 48 
Stratis G. Georgilas

5 How International Courts Avoid the Exercise of Their Jurisdiction – the Competence of Competence and “Inverted Judicial Activism” 60 
Anna Czaplińska

6 Enhancing the International Court of Justice Procedures in Order to Promote Community Interests The Role of Third-Party Intervention 73 
Paula Wojcikiewicz Almeida

part 3
Recent Case-Law of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and Its Significance for International Law
  Introduction 101 
Joanna Gomula

7  Obligation to Negotiate Access to the Pacific Ocean (Bolivia v. Chile) before the ICJ The Obligation to Negotiate under International Law and Chile’s Strategy 104 
Claudio Grossman

8 The Law-Making Effect of icj Advisory Opinions A Survey of the Chagos Opinion 127 
Giulia Bernabei

9 “Know Thyself” Racial Discrimination before the ICJ – Recent Jurisprudential Developments 142 
Ioannis Konstantinidis

10  Reparation for Injuries and Beyond – The Design of the Personality and Powers of International Organisations by International Courts 159 
Rita Guerreiro Teixeira

part 4
The Contribution of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (itlos) to the Developement of the Law of the Sea
  Introduction
   Fernando Loureiro Bastos

11 The Contribution of itlos to the Development of International Law for Protection of the Marine Environment and Conservation of Living Resources
   Nilüfer Oral

12 Implications of the M/V “Norstar” Case ( Panama v. Italy) and the M/T “San Padre Pio” Case ( Switzerland v. Nigeria) for the Further Development of the Law of the Sea
   Vasco Becker-Weinberg

13 Limits on the Use of Force at Sea in the Jurisprudence of itlos From M/V Saiga to Ukraine/Russia
   Maria Emilynda Jeddahlyn Pia V. Benosa

part 5
Investor-State Dispute Settlement and Its Impact on International Investment Law
  Introduction
   Catherine Kessedjian

14 The Quest for “Consistency” in International Investment Jurisprudence and the Idea of a Multilateral Investment Court
   Somesh Dutta

15 Arbitration Procedure in Bilateral Investment Treaties – Interactions between National, European and International Courts
   Łukasz Dawid Dąbrowski

part 6
General Conclusions
16 The Future of the Contribution of International Justice to the Development of International Law – A Plea for (Some) Disorder
   Pierre Bodeau-Livinec

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