Jus Contra Bellum
Chapter 7: The exercise of parallel competences by the Security Council and the International Court of Justice
This chapter examines the parallel competences of the Security Council and the International Court of Justice. It begins by defining the relationships between the Security Council and the General Assembly and between the Security Council and the Court, before going on to explore a number of issues, for example: the forum perpetuum principle; whether the Security Council can prohibit a State from seising the Court or give the Court automatic jurisdiction; and the principle of mutual respect between UN organs.
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