Edited by William A. Schabas and Shannonbrooke Murphy
This collection takes a thematic and interpretive, system-wide and inter-jurisdictional comparative approach to the debates and controversies related to the growth of international courts and tribunals. By providing a synthetic overview and critical analysis of these developments from a variety of perspectives, it both contextualizes and stimulates future research and practice in this rapidly developing field.
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- Research Handbook on International Courts and Tribunals
- Table of cases
- Table of treaties
- Table of national legislation
- Chapter 1: The peace and security judgments: the role of the International Court of Justice in the regulation of the use of force
- Chapter 2: The human rights judgments: the jurisprudence of regional human rights tribunals – lex specialis or lex regionis?
- Chapter 3: The international criminal judgments: from Nuremberg to Tadić to Taylor
- Chapter 4: The economic judgments and arbitral awards: the contribution of international courts and tribunals to the development of international economic law
- Chapter 5: The women judges: leading the line in the development of international law
- Chapter 6: The Third World judges: neutrality, bias or activism at the Permanent Court of International Justice and International Court of Justice?
- Chapter 7: The giants of the international judiciary: towards a humanization of the law of nations
- Chapter 8: Legitimacy
- Chapter 9: Jurisdiction
- Chapter 10: Enforcement
- Chapter 11: Proliferation
- Chapter 12: Distribution
- Chapter 13: Regulation of the international bench
- Chapter 14: Regulation of the international bar: the particular challenges for defence counsel at the international criminal courts and tribunals
- Chapter 15: Infrastructure
- Chapter 16: Functions and access
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