The Permanent Court of Arbitration:International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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P. Hamilton
Kluwer Law International, 18 mei 1999 - 318 pagina's
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Since its creation at the epoch-making Hague Peace Conference of 1899, which was attended by 26 states, the Permanent Court of Arbitration has contributed significantly to the development of peaceful means to resolve international disputes. In case after case, the Court's tribunals have prevented international incidents and other tensions from flaring into open hostility, and set precedents that greatly curtail the justification of violence between nations.
 

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ARBITRAL TRIBUNALS
10
Pious Fund of the Californias
31
Japanese House Tax
38
Deserters of Casablanca
47
North Atlantic Coast Fisheries
57
Orinoco Steamship Company
69
Canevaro Claim
76
French Postal Vessel Manouba
88
Administration of Lighthouses
155
Turriff Construction Company
164
Heathrow Airport User Charges
170
Technosystem SpA v Taraba State and Federal Government
176
Moiz Goh Pte Ltd v State Timber Corporation of Sri Lanka
182
EritreaYemen Sovereignty of Various Red Sea Islands
196
Loan Agreement between Costa Rica and Italy
202
K H Ameli
246

The Tavignano Camouna and Gaulois Incident
97
Expropriated Religious Properties
103
Norwegian Claims Case
110
The Island of Palmas Case or Miangas
118
Chevreau Claim
130
Claims of the Nordstjernan Company
136
Radio Corporation of America v China
145
Conciliation DenmarkLithuania
285
Conciliation The Steamship Roula
291
Inquiry Incident in the North Sea The Dogger Bank Case
297
Inquiry Tavignano Camouna and Gaulois
303
Inquiry Loss of the Dutch Steamer Tubantia
309
Index
315
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