1 A standard of proof specifies a minimum threshold that evidence must meet so that a decision-maker is able to consider a hypothesis as proven (Laudan, 2006, 64; Keane, 2000, 90; Assessment of Evidence; International Courts and Tribunals, Evidence). One of the standards of proof in international adjudication is ‘reasonable grounds to believe’, which has been applied in a variety of international judicial or quasi-judicial bodies (International Courts and Tribunals; Quasi-Judicial Body). The use of ‘reasonable grounds to believe’ reflects the flexibility in the...
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