This volume collects papers written by Shabtai Rosenne in the course of his distinguished career on various topics, primarily in the areas in which he is best known for his expertise: international litigation and courts, the law of treaties, the law of the sea and state responsibility. His writing on fact-finding before the International Court of Justice, treaty succession, codification and the framework agreement as the basis for the jurisdiction of the ICJ in particular remain as interesting, timely and essential today as when they were first written. The collection is accompanied by a table of cases, a table of treaties and an index for easy reference.cation shall also contain, in addition to an indication of the claim, a succinct statement of facts. Evidence in support of the claim shall not be appended to the application. This text was partly based on the existing Rule and partly on a proposalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays on International Law and Practice|
|Publisher||:||Martinus Nijhoff Publishers - 2007-01|