1 The spaces occupied by international courts and tribunals display disparate architectural styles, which in turn could be said to reflect somewhat different visions of what sort of ‘international’ justice they aspire to provide (McKenna, 2021). In this review we examine the external architectural expression of the building, as well as its major courtroom and other significant spaces. Six buildings are selected for particular attention because of their significance to international law, transnational disputes, and peacemaking through the courts they house. The...
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