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Casual Vacancies in the ICJ: Is There a Special Practice?

This blog has regularly published comment on legal issues that emerge in the context of elections to the Bench of the ICJ.

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US Mistreatment towards Iran’s Representatives to the UN: Is Iran Initiating the Third Case against the US at the ICJ?

In recent years, some visa applications for Iran's representatives to the UN have been rejected by the US. Also, Iran's representatives to the UN may only travel between…

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Abandoning, Revising or Rethinking the Basis and the Application of the Monetary Gold Doctrine: A Discussion of Zachary Mollengarden & Noam Zamir’s AJIL Article

It has been stated (p. 4) that it is a “truism that international judicial jurisdiction is based on and derives from the consent of states.” While the…

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“To Appear or not to Appear this was the Question” – The Saga of Kenya’s Non-Appearance in the Kenya –Somalia Maritime Delimitation in the Indian Ocean Case

“To be, or not to be, that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of…

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Legacy of the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice, 100 Years Onward

The centenary of the adoption of the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice (predecessor to the International Court of Justice) passed this month with relatively little…

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An Analysis of the ICJ’s Judgment on the Merits of the Immunities and Criminal Proceedings (Equatorial Guinea v. France) Case: All for nothing?

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) delivered its judgment on the merits of the Immunities and Criminal Proceeding (Equatorial Guinea v. France) case on Friday the 11th…

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On the ILC, professional background, gender and positivism: A Rejoinder to Jan Klabbers

In “Codification by Interpretation”: The International Law Commission as an Interpreter of International Law, I argue that the United Nations (‘UN’) International Law Commission (‘ILC’) interprets international…

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Secondary Sanctions: A Weapon out of Control? Part III: Looking beyond the WTO – possible avenues to raise a Judicial Challenge against Secondary Sanctions

Judicial remedies at the domestic and international level In our two previous posts we examined the legality of secondary sanctions in light of customary law on…

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Nationality as we know it? – A note on the genuine link

The Nottebohm judgement is probably one if not the best-known case of the ICJ. Ever since its release in 1955 the tune of a genuine link has…

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Defences and indispensable incidental issues: the limits of subject-matter jurisdiction in view of the recent ICJ ICAO Council judgments

On 14 July 2020, the ICJ issued its judgments on the cases of the Appeal Relating to the Jurisdiction of the ICAO Council under Article 84 of…

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