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The Permanent Court of Arbitration: International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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Edited by: P Hamilton, H.C. Requena, van Scheltinga L., B Shifman

ISBN13: 9789041112330
ISBN: 9041112332
Published: May 1999
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £148.00



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Since its creation at the epoch-making Hague Peace Conference of 1899 -- which was attended by 26 states -- the Permanent Court of Arbitration has contributed significantly to the development of peaceful means to resolve international international disputes.

In case after case, the Court's tribunals have prevented international `incidents' and other tensions from flaring into open hostility, and set precedents that greatly curtail the justification of violence between nations. This centenary publication is an enormously valuable resource for international lawyers and arbitrators.

It provides:-

  • detailed summaries of all the awards, decisions and reports rendered by both arbitral tribunals and conciliation commissions, as well as by fact-finding commissions of inquiry, appointed by the Court throughout its hundred-year history
  • a penetrating analysis of the signal contributions of the Permanent Court of Arbitration to international law and dispute resolution
  • expert commentary on some of the procedural challenges faced and resolved by the Iran--United States Claims Tribunal -- arguably the most important arbitral tribunal of the twentieth century -- whose inception at the PCA preceded a twenty- year history of achievement.
The Permanent Court of Arbitration: International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution reveals the surprising modernity of this venerable institution. The record contained in these pages is sure to provide powerful guidance to practitioners engaged in international dispute resolution as we move into the next millennium.