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The Flame Rekindled

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ISBN13: 9780792326595
ISBN: 0792326598
Published: July 1996
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £157.00



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Among the aims of the United Nations Decade of International Law is the promotion of the means and methods for the peaceful settlement of disputes between states. In the previous volume, ""The United Nations Decade of International Law, Reflections on International Dispute Settlement"", the editors contributed to this aim by bringing together a variety of opinions by international legal experts on the topic, with an emphasis on the role of the International Court of Justice.;In this text, the editors turn their attention to international arbitration and the role of the Permanent Court of Arbitration. It also explores the prospects for pre-constituted, non-ad hoc arbitral institutions which may be considered in the general framework of peaceful settlement of disputes between states, as well as between states and other actors (commercial arbitration) in the present day international system, through the process of international adjudication. Like the previous volume, this book should be a valuable contribution towards the promotion of the United Nations Decade of International Law.

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Contents:
In Memoriam Judge Manfred Lachs. Articles: The Flame Rekindled; S. Muller, W. Mijs. A New Direction for the PCA - the Work of the Expert Group; J.L. Bleich. Structure, process, outcome - Thoughts on the ""Essence"" of International Arbitration; M.C.W. Pinto. Some Reflections on the Nature of Arbitration; H.M. Holtzmann. The International Court as Constitutional Court and the Blurring of the Arbitral/Judicial Processes; E. McWhinney. Private Parties and the Permanent Court of Arbitration; P. Sanders. The International Court of Justice and International Arbitration; Sh. Rosenne. Equity in Arbitration and in Judicial Settlement of Disputes; M. Lachs. The Perspectives of African Countries on International Commercial Arbitration; S.K.B. Asante. Enforcement of an Arbitral Award against a State - with Whom are You Dealing?; A. van Blankenstein. Concluding Observations; S.M. Schwebel, M. Brus, A.J. van den Berg. Table of Cases.