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It is the contention of this important book that the Iran-United States Tribunal, and other more recent institutions such as the UNCC and the Zurich Dormant Accounts Commission, reflecting a growing determination by the international community to recognise the rights of individuals. Adjudicating their claims for economic injury even if the redress provided is only approximate or incomplete. Examining the Tribunal's structure, operations and evolution in search of the underlying patterns that characterise such international institutions, this valuable book records the diverse experiences and judgements of a group of outstanding lawyers from many countries, each of whom has played a significant role at some stage of the Tribunal's proceedings.