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The Resource International civil tribunals and armed conflict, Michael Matheson, (electronic resource)

International civil tribunals and armed conflict, Michael Matheson, (electronic resource)

Label
International civil tribunals and armed conflict
Title
International civil tribunals and armed conflict
Statement of responsibility
Michael Matheson
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book explores the greatly increased involvement of the International Court of Justice and other international civil tribunals in conflict situations during the past three decades, and assesses their impact on the law relating to armed conflict
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Matheson, Michael John
Dewey number
341.72
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • International criminal courts
  • International criminal courts
  • War (International law)
  • Law
Label
International civil tribunals and armed conflict, Michael Matheson, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Chapter Twelve Application of Other Legal Norms
Contents
  • Table of Cases; Preface; Part One The Involvement of International Civil Tribunals in Armed Conflict; Chapter One The Role of International Civil Tribunals; 1.1. Purposes Served; 1.2. Difficulties Encountered; Chapter Two Prior Cases Concerning Armed Conflict; 2.1. Arbitrations during the 19th Century; 2.2. The Hague Peace Conferences; 2.3. The Post-World War I System; 2.4. The Post-World War II System; 2.5. Initial ICJ Cases Involving Armed Conflict; 2.6. Assessment; Chapter Three Involvement of Civil Tribunals in the Current Period; 3.1. The Central American Conflict
  • 3.2. The Iran-Iraq War3.3. The Gulf War; 3.4. The Conflict in Yugoslavia; 3.5. Territorial Disputes; 3.6. The Conflict in the Congo; 3.7. The Eritrea-Ethiopia Conflict; 3.8. The Arab-Israeli Conflict; 3.9. The Conflict in Sudan; 3.10. The Conflict in Georgia; 3.11. Italian Suits against Germany; 3.12. Use of Nuclear Weapons; 3.13. Assessment; Part Two The Process of Deciding Cases Involving Armed Conflict; Chapter Four Jurisdiction; 4.1. The International Court of Justice; 4.1.1. Declarations under Article 36(2); 4.1.2. Treaty Provisions Consenting Generally to the Court's Jurisdiction
  • 4.1.3. Treaty Provisions Consenting to Jurisdiction over Disputes under That Treaty4.1.4. Cases Brought with the Specific Consent of the Parties to the Dispute; 4.1.5. Advisory Cases; 4.2. Other Tribunals; 4.2.1. The UN Compensation Commission; 4.2.2. The Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission; 4.3. Assessment; Chapter Five Admissibility; 5.1. Objections to Claims; 5.2. Objections to Counter-Claims; 5.3. Advisory Cases; 5.4. Assessment; Chapter Six Provisional Measures; 6.1. The Framework for Provisional Measures; 6.2. Types of Provisional Measures; 6.3. Relationship to Political Processes
  • 6.4. AssessmentChapter Seven Determining the Facts on the Merits; 7.1. The Burden and Standard of Proof; 7.2. Forms of Evidence; 7.3. Reliance on Other Fact-Finders; 7.4. Independent Tribunal Fact-Finding; 7.5. Assessment; Chapter Eight Adjudicating the Law on the Merits; 8.1. Contentious Cases; 8.2. Advisory Cases; 8.3. Articulation of the Law; 8.4. What Substantive Issues the Tribunal Addresses; 8.5. Interaction among Tribunals; 8.6. Interaction with Non-Judicial Organs; 8.7. Assessment; Chapter Nine Determining Relief; 9.1. Legal Findings; 9.2. Remedial Actions; 9.3. Compensation
  • 9.4. AssessmentPart Three Substantive Law Concerning Armed Conflict; Chapter Ten Resort to Force; 10.1. Response to Attacks by the Forces of Another State; 10.2. Support or Tolerance of Non-State Groups; 10.3. Collective Response to Attacks; 10.4. Necessity and Proportionality in the Use of Force; 10.5. Involvement of the Security Council; 10.6. Issues Not Decided; 10.7. Assessment; Chapter Eleven Law of Armed Conflict; 11.1. Applicability of Agreements; 11.2. Conduct of Military Operations; 11.3. Treatment of Persons; 11.4. Responsibility for the Actions of Others; 11.5. Assessment
Control code
ocn779828599
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (398 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004227484
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)779828599
Label
International civil tribunals and armed conflict, Michael Matheson, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Chapter Twelve Application of Other Legal Norms
Contents
  • Table of Cases; Preface; Part One The Involvement of International Civil Tribunals in Armed Conflict; Chapter One The Role of International Civil Tribunals; 1.1. Purposes Served; 1.2. Difficulties Encountered; Chapter Two Prior Cases Concerning Armed Conflict; 2.1. Arbitrations during the 19th Century; 2.2. The Hague Peace Conferences; 2.3. The Post-World War I System; 2.4. The Post-World War II System; 2.5. Initial ICJ Cases Involving Armed Conflict; 2.6. Assessment; Chapter Three Involvement of Civil Tribunals in the Current Period; 3.1. The Central American Conflict
  • 3.2. The Iran-Iraq War3.3. The Gulf War; 3.4. The Conflict in Yugoslavia; 3.5. Territorial Disputes; 3.6. The Conflict in the Congo; 3.7. The Eritrea-Ethiopia Conflict; 3.8. The Arab-Israeli Conflict; 3.9. The Conflict in Sudan; 3.10. The Conflict in Georgia; 3.11. Italian Suits against Germany; 3.12. Use of Nuclear Weapons; 3.13. Assessment; Part Two The Process of Deciding Cases Involving Armed Conflict; Chapter Four Jurisdiction; 4.1. The International Court of Justice; 4.1.1. Declarations under Article 36(2); 4.1.2. Treaty Provisions Consenting Generally to the Court's Jurisdiction
  • 4.1.3. Treaty Provisions Consenting to Jurisdiction over Disputes under That Treaty4.1.4. Cases Brought with the Specific Consent of the Parties to the Dispute; 4.1.5. Advisory Cases; 4.2. Other Tribunals; 4.2.1. The UN Compensation Commission; 4.2.2. The Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission; 4.3. Assessment; Chapter Five Admissibility; 5.1. Objections to Claims; 5.2. Objections to Counter-Claims; 5.3. Advisory Cases; 5.4. Assessment; Chapter Six Provisional Measures; 6.1. The Framework for Provisional Measures; 6.2. Types of Provisional Measures; 6.3. Relationship to Political Processes
  • 6.4. AssessmentChapter Seven Determining the Facts on the Merits; 7.1. The Burden and Standard of Proof; 7.2. Forms of Evidence; 7.3. Reliance on Other Fact-Finders; 7.4. Independent Tribunal Fact-Finding; 7.5. Assessment; Chapter Eight Adjudicating the Law on the Merits; 8.1. Contentious Cases; 8.2. Advisory Cases; 8.3. Articulation of the Law; 8.4. What Substantive Issues the Tribunal Addresses; 8.5. Interaction among Tribunals; 8.6. Interaction with Non-Judicial Organs; 8.7. Assessment; Chapter Nine Determining Relief; 9.1. Legal Findings; 9.2. Remedial Actions; 9.3. Compensation
  • 9.4. AssessmentPart Three Substantive Law Concerning Armed Conflict; Chapter Ten Resort to Force; 10.1. Response to Attacks by the Forces of Another State; 10.2. Support or Tolerance of Non-State Groups; 10.3. Collective Response to Attacks; 10.4. Necessity and Proportionality in the Use of Force; 10.5. Involvement of the Security Council; 10.6. Issues Not Decided; 10.7. Assessment; Chapter Eleven Law of Armed Conflict; 11.1. Applicability of Agreements; 11.2. Conduct of Military Operations; 11.3. Treatment of Persons; 11.4. Responsibility for the Actions of Others; 11.5. Assessment
Control code
ocn779828599
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (398 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004227484
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)779828599

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