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. Among the cases reported in Volume 117 is the ICJ 1998 ruling on preliminary objections in the Lockerbie decision relating to the trial before a Scottish court in the Netherlands, along with additional materials. Six leading cases of the ECJ concerning the implementation of United Nations sanctions are also reported. In addition the United Nations Compensation Commission Egyptian Workers' Claims case, and the Sandline and Papua New Guinea 1998 arbitration under the UNCITRAL rules are reported. M/V Saiga (No 2) in 1998 and the Southern Bluefin Tuna Cases provisional measures rulings in 1999 from the International Tribunal for the Law of Sea are also included. Lastly, the volume contains Australia/New Zealand immigration cases.
1. Case concerning Questions of Interpretation and Application of the 1971 Montreal Convention arising from the Aerial Incident at Lockerbie (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya v. United Kingdom) [International Court of Justice] 27/2/98 (preliminary objections); 2. M/V Saiga (No 2) (Saint Vincent and the Grenadines v. Guinea) (Request for Provisional Measures) [International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea] 11/3/98 (provisional measures); 3. Southern Bluefin Tuna Cases (New Zealand v. Japan) (Australia v. Japan) (Request for Provisional Measures) [International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea] 27/8/99 (provisional measures); 4. Egyptian Workers' Claims (Jurisdictional and Merits Phases) [United Nations Compensation Commission] 7/7/95 (jurisdiction phase) 9/7/97 (merits phase); 5. Bosphorus Hava Yollari Turizm Ve Ticaret As v. Minister for Transport, Energy and Communications, Ireland and the Attorney-General (Case C-84/95) [Court of Justice of the European Communities] 30/7/96; 6. Ebony Maritime SA and Loten Navigation Co. Ltd v. Prefetto della Provincia di Brindisi and Others (Case C-177/95) [Court of Justice of the European Communities] 27/2/97; 7. Belgian State v. Banque Indosuez and Another (Case C-177/96) [Court of Justice of the European Communities] 16/10/97; 8. Dorsch Consult Ingenieurgesellschaft MBH v. Council of the European Union and Commission of the European Communities (Case T-184/95) [Court of First Instance of the European Communities (Second Chamber] 28/4/98; 9. A. Racke GmbH and Co v. Hauptzollamt Mainz (Case C-162/96) [Court of Justice of the European Communities] 16/6/98; 10. Regina v. HM Treasury and the Bank of England, ex parte Centrocom srl (Case C-124/95) [England] [Court of Justice of the European Communities] 6/9/93 (QBDiv) 27/5/94 (CA) 14/1/97 (CJEC); 11. In the Matter of an International Arbitration under the UNCITRAL Rules between Sandline International Inc and the Independent State of Papua New Guinea (Interim Award) [Arbitration Tribunal] 9/10/98; 12. In the Matter of the Commercial Arbitration Act 1990 and In the Matter of an Application pursuant to Section 38 thereof by the Independent State of Papua New Guinea against Sandline International Inc [AUSTRAustraliaALIA] 30/3/99; 13. Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs v. Guo and Another; Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs v. Pan [Australia] 13/6/97; 14. Elika v. Minister of Immigration [New Zealand] 7/12/95; 15. Puliiuvea v. Removal Review Authority [New Zealand] 8/7/96; 16.Rajan v. Minister of Immigration [New Zealand] 30/7/96; Additional Materials: 1. Additional Materials regarding United-States-United Kingdom Arbitration concerning Heathrow Airport User Charges; 2. Additional Materials regarding the Case concerning Questions of Interpretation and Application of the 1971 Montreal Convention arising from the Aerial Incident at Lockerbie (Libyan Arab Jamahiriya v. United Kingdom); Security Council Resolution 1192 (1998); High Court of Justiciary (Proceedings in the Netherlands) (United Nations) Order 1998; Agreement concerning a Scottish Trial in the Netherlands (including Annexes and Exchange of Notes); Presidential Statement; 3. Additional Materials regarding the Egyptian Workers' Claims; Statement of Chief of Legal Service; Governing Council Decision No 43; Statement by President of Governing Council.