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The Law of International Responsibility edited by Crawford, James; Pellet, Alain; Olleson, Simon; Parlett (Assistant), Kate (20th May 2010)

Part V The Implementation of International Responsibility, Ch.78 Resort to International Courts in Matters of Responsibility

Gilles Cottereau

From: The Law of International Responsibility

Edited By: James Crawford, Alain Pellet, Simon Olleson, Kate Parlett (Assistant)

Subject(s):
Responsibility of states — Reparations — International Court of Justice (ICJ) — International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) — Immunity from jurisdiction, ratione materiae — Immunity from jurisdiction, states
The implementation of international responsibility may be achieved through different means. Among these, the procedures of pacific dispute settlement may prove useful. All the range of diplomatic procedures may be employed as well as the two significant dispute settlement mechanisms: arbitration and international courts. The judge is defined by reference to the notion of jurisdiction. In one sense, a judge includes both the person appointed as arbitrator and the person nominated as judge. Salmon’s dictionary refers to this broad meaning: ‘person invested with the...
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