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Case Note: Questions Relating to the Seizure and Detention of Certain Documents and Data
The International Court of Justice issued its first decision of 2014 following a request for provisional measures filed by the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste in a dispute against the CommonwealthExpand
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Litigating International Law Disputes: Weighing the Options . Edited by Natalie Klein. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 490 pages.
  • M. Lando
  • History
  • Canadian Yearbook of international Law/Annuaire…
  • 1 October 2015
A reader might wonder what contribution this book brings. One could think the added value of this book is to group already existing ideas into one single general and coherent argument. Moreover, itExpand
Plausibility in the Provisional Measures Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice
  • M. Lando
  • Sociology
  • Leiden Journal of International Law
  • 29 May 2018
Abstract In 2009, the International Court of Justice introduced plausibility as a requirement for indicating provisional measures under Article 41 of its Statute. Upon its introduction, plausibilityExpand
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Maritime Delimitation as a Judicial Process
Intimations of Unconstitutionality: The Supremacy of International Law and Judgment 238/2014 of the Italian Constitutional Court
  • M. Lando
  • Political Science
  • 1 November 2015
Judgment 238/2014 of the Italian Constitutional Court reopens the debate on the extent of the immunity enjoyed by states for violations of jus cogens. The decision, which questions the authority ofExpand
Judges ad hoc of the International Court of Justice
Abstract Judges ad hoc of the International Court of Justice have been widely criticized for their supposed lack of impartiality. This criticism may seem all the more powerful if one takes intoExpand
Delimiting the Continental Shelf Beyond 200 Nautical Miles at the International Court of Justice: The Nicaragua v. Colombia Cases
In both Nicaragua v. Colombia cases, the International Court of Justice upheld that international tribunals may delimit the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles prior to the establishment ofExpand
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