Beyond Dispute: International Judicial Institutions as Lawmakers
The increasing number of international judicial institutions, producing an ever-growing stream of decisions, has been one of the dominant features of the international legal order of the past two decades. The shift in quantity has gone hand in hand with a transformation in quality. Today, it is no longer convincing to only think of international courts in their role of settling disputes.
KeywordsLegal Order Dispute Settlement Judicial Decision Provisional Measure Advisory Opinion
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