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Whaling in the Antarctic, Australia and New Zealand (intervening) v Japan, 31st March 2014 ([2014] ICJ Rep 226), OXIO 144

Whaling in the Antarctic, Australia and New Zealand (intervening) v Japan, 31st March 2014 ([2014] ICJ Rep 226), OXIO 144

International Court of Justice [ICJ]; Japan [jp]; Australia [au]; New Zealand [nz]

From: Oxford Public International Law (http://opil.ouplaw.com). (c) Oxford University Press, 2015. All Rights Reserved.date: 08 December 2019

Subject(s):
Biodiversity — Environmental disputes — Marine environment, protection — Treaties, interpretation — Expert evidence
1. The scope of the Commission’s powers in upholding the object and purpose of the International Convention on the Regulation of Whaling. 2. The value or weight to be accorded to resolutions of the Commission in determining the correct interpretation of the International Convention on the Regulation of Whaling. 3. The standard of review the International Court of Justice should adopt. 4. Whether there is a duty of cooperation and the practical effect of that duty in determining compliance. This headnote pertains to: Whaling in the Antarctic, Australia and New...
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