Ad hoc international tribunals in the form of arbitral tribunals or claims commissions have a long history. Such tribunals were often created by the parties or on behalf of the parties involved in a conflict. They were created for a specific purpose and for a limited time and were financed by the parties involved. The idea of the League of Nations created interest in establishing a standing tribunal open to a substantial number of States. The Permanent Court of International Justice, later replaced by the International Court of Justice, was supported financially...
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