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Volume II, Part VIII Final Provisions, Annex 1969 Vienna Convention »

Mariano J. Aznar-Gómez
From: The Vienna Conventions on the Law of Treaties
Edited By: Olivier Corten, Pierre Klein
Colard, D. , ‘Premières réflexions sur le “Traité des traités”: la Convention de Vienne du 23 mai 1969’, JDI , 1970, p 264 de la Guardia, E. and Delpech, M. , El derecho de los tratados y la Convención de Viena de 1969 (Buenos Aires: La Ley, 1970), p 472 Dupuy, R.-J. , ‘Codification et règlement des différends. Les débats de Vienne sur les procédures de règlement’, AFDI , 1969, p 70 Kearny, R. D. and Dalton, R. E. , ‘The Treaty on Treaties’, AJIL , 1971, vol. 65, p 495 Morelli, G. , ‘Aspetti processuali della invalidità dei trattati’, RDI , 1974, p 5 Rosenne, S. ,...

Volume II, Part VIII Final Provisions, Annex 1986 Vienna Convention »

Mariano J. Aznar-Gómez
From: The Vienna Conventions on the Law of Treaties
Edited By: Olivier Corten, Pierre Klein
Bosco, G. , ‘La soluzione delle controversie secondo la Convenzione de Vienna del 1986 sul diritto dei tratatti fra Stati ed organizazzioni internazionali’, RDI , 1986, vol. 69, p 325 Gaja, G. , 'A “new” Vienna convention on treaties between States and international organizations or between international organizations: a critical commentary, BYBIL , 1987, p 253 Hayashi, M. , ‘The Dispute Settlement Clause of the 1986 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties’, NYU J Int'l L , 1987, vol. 20, p 327 Huesa Vinaixa, R. , ‘Algunas consideraciones sobre el Convenio de...

Part Three Statute of the International Court of Justice, Ch.I Organization of the Court, Article 2 »

Mariano J. Aznar-Gómez
From: The Statute of the International Court of Justice: A Commentary (2nd Edition)
Edited By: Andreas Zimmermann, Karin Oellers-Frahm, Christian Tomuschat, Christian J. Tams, Maral Kashgar (Assistant Editor), David Diehl (Assistant Editor)
The Court shall be composed of a body of independent judges, elected regardless of their nationality from among persons of high moral character, who possess the qualifications required in their respective countries for appointment to the highest judicial offices, or are jurisconsults of recognized competence in international law . La Cour est un corps de magistrats indépendants, élus, sans égard à leur nationalité, parmi les personnes jouissant de la plus haute considération morale, et qui réunissent les conditions requises pour l’exercice, dans leurs pays...

Part Three Statute of the International Court of Justice, Ch.I Organization of the Court, Article 3 »

Mariano J. Aznar-Gómez
From: The Statute of the International Court of Justice: A Commentary (2nd Edition)
Edited By: Andreas Zimmermann, Karin Oellers-Frahm, Christian Tomuschat, Christian J. Tams, Maral Kashgar (Assistant Editor), David Diehl (Assistant Editor)
(1) The Court shall consist of fifteen members, no two of whom may be nationals of the same State. (2) A person who for the purposes of membership in the Court could be regarded as a national of more than one State shall be deemed to be a national of the one in which he ordinarily exercises civil and political rights. (1) La Cour se compose de quinze membres. Elle ne pourra comprendre plus d’un ressortissant du même Etat. (2) A cet égard, celui qui pourrait être considéré comme le ressortissant de plus d’un Etat sera censé être ressortissant de celui où il exerce...