1 According to a general principle, judgments of international courts and tribunals are final and without appeal unless otherwise provided (International Courts and Tribunals, Appeals). Judgments are binding upon the parties to the dispute and generate the res iudicata effect of the decision, one of the most essential and settled rules of the law of international tribunals. With a view to these principles, interpretation of a judgment cannot extend beyond what has been already decided in the original judgment. Thus, interpretation procedures may neither be used to...
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