International Law Reports (International Law Reports)

International Law Reports (International Law Reports)

By: C. J. Greenwood (editor), E. Lauterpacht (editor)Hardback

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The International Law Reports is the only publication in the world wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English of decisions of international courts and arbitrators as well as judgments of national courts. Volume 114 contains the first available report of the recent large arbitration award in October 1998 involving the Government of the Republic of Yemen and the Government of the State of Eritrea. This was an unresolved border dispute which also included an overlapping maritime claim. A selection of United Nations Human Rights Committee cases from 1989 to 1994 are also included in Volume 114. Sovereignty and diplomatic immunity cases are also featured from the United States, Australian and English courts.


1. In the matter of an arbitration pursuant to an Agreement to Arbitrate dated 3 October 1996 between the Government of the State of Eritrea and the Government of the Republic of Yemen (Phase One: Territorial Sovereignty and Scope of the Dispute) [Arbitration Tribunal]; 2. Kaiser Bauxite Company v. Government of Jamaica [International Centre for the Settlement of Disputes - Arbitration Tribunal]; 3. Kloeckner Industrie-Anlagen GmbH and Others v. Republic of Cameroon [International Centre for the Settlement of Disputes - Arbitration Tribunal and Ad Hoc Committee]; 4. Gueye et al. v. France (Communication No 196/1985) [United Nations Human Rights Committee]; 5. Bwalya v. Zambia (Communication No 314/1988) [United Nations Human Rights Committee]; 6. Kalenga v. Zambia (Communication No 326/1988) [United Nations Human Rights Committee]; 7. Sara et al v. Finland (Communication No 431/1990) [United Nations Human Rights Committee]; 8. Cox v. Canada (Communication No 539/1993) [United Nations Human Rights Committee]; 9. Attorney-General (Commonwealth) v. Tse Chu-Fai and Another [Australia]; 10. Regina v. Secretary of State for the Home Department, ex parte Launder [England]; 11. Sierra Leone Telecommunications Co Ltd v. Barclays Bank [England]; 12. Re P (No 1) [England]; 13. Re P (No 2) [England]; 14. X v. Argentina (Case No 2 AZR 513/95) [Federal Republic of Germany]; 15. French Consulate Disabled Employee Case (Case No AZ IK 4/88 [Federal Republic of Germany]; 16. Muller v. United States of America (Case No 10 Sa 1506/97) [Federal Republic of Germany]; 17. Arab Libyan Jamahariya v. Trobbiani (Decision No 145/1990) [Italy]; 18. Norwegian Embassy v. Quattri (Decision No 12771/1991) [Italy]; 19. Zambian Embassy v. Sendanayake (Decision No 5941/1992) [Italy]; 20. Carbonar v. Magurn (Decision No 9765/1993) [Italy]; 21. Perrini v. Academie de France (Decision No 5126/1994) [Italy]; 22. Nacci v. Bari Institute of the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (Decision No 5565/1994 [Italy]; 23. United States of America v. Lo Gatto (Decision No 4483/1995) [Italy]; 24. Canada v. Cargnello (Decision No 4017/1998) [Italy]; 25. Butler v. Attorney-General and Refugee Status Appeals Authority [New Zealand]; 26. State of Arizona v. Willoughby [United States of America]; 27. United States of America v. Lui Kin-Hong, a.k.a. Jerry Lui [United States of America].

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  • ISBN13: 9780521642446
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 714
  • ID: 9780521642446
  • weight: 1125
  • ISBN10: 0521642442

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