1 Parts of this entry have been adapted or reused from the previous work, V Lamm, ‘A Short History of the Arbitral Settlement of Interstate Disputes Until the Establishment of the PCIJ’ in V Lamm (ed), Compulsory Jurisdiction in International Law (Elgar 2014) 1–11. 2 In municipal legal orders, the judicial branch, the State’s judicial power, covers all subjects of law in the sense that all subjects of law are entitled to unilaterally address courts and everybody is obligated to appear before State courts. 3 In international relations that kind of mandatory...
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