Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International Law


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Is International Law Threatened by Multiple International Tribunals ? (Volume 271)

(113,314 words)

Author(s): I. Charney, Jonathan
I. Charney, Jonathan Keywords: International courts | Public international law | Mots clefs: Tribunaux internationaux | Droit international public | ABSTRACT In this course, Jonathan I. Charney, Professor at Vanderbilt University, Nashville wonders if the coherence of international law is threatened by the increasing number of international tribunals. Professor Charney endeavours to answer this question by investigating various themes: treaty interpretation and reservations, sources of international law, State respo…

The Development of the Law of International Organization by the Decisions of International Tribunals (Volume 152)

(38,105 words)

Author(s): Lauterpacht, Q.C., E.
Lauterpacht, Q.C., E. Keywords: International courts | Development of international law | Mots clefs: Tribunaux internationaux | Développement du droit international | ABSTRACT In this course on the Development of the Law of International Organizations by the Decisions of International Tribunals, the author focuses on the central and allied issues of personality of organizations and the interpretation of constitutions. The author successively examines the place of law in international organizations, the common law of …

L’individu et les tribunaux internationaux (Volume 107)

(24,446 words)

Author(s): A. Von Der Heydte, F.
A. Von Der Heydte, F. Keywords: Individuals | International courts | Access to justice | Mots clefs: Individus | Tribunaux internationaux | Accès aux tribunaux | ABSTRACT F.A. von der Heydte points out that the international Tribunals deal with the protection of human rights, which is reason enough for a thorough study of the individual's legal position in international tribunals. The author therefore successively examines the role of the individual in international law, the international tribunals, and the individual bef…