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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.