Custom, Power, and the Power of Rules: International Relations and Customary International Law

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Table of cases

Air Services Agreement of 27 March 1946 (France v. United States), 172

Al-Adsani v. Government of Kuwait, 72

Alcom Ltd v. Colombia, 112

Anglo-Norwegian Fisheries Case, 134, 180

Asylum Case, 130, 135, 176, 180, 199

Austria v. Italy (South Tyrol Case), 199

Barcelona Traction Case (Second Phase), 3, 59, 124, 195–7, 203

Berizzi Bros v. SS Pesaro, 112

Borg v. Caisse Nationale d'Epargne Française, 111

Case 9647 (United States—Inter-American Commission of Human Rights), 186, 199

Case Concerning Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 185, 196

The Charkieh, 111

Chorzow Factory Case, 189

Chrisostomos et al. v. Turkey, 199

Cia Introductora de Buenos Aires v. Capitan del Vapor Cokato, 111

Colt Industries v. Sarlie (No. 1), 73

Compania Naviera Vascongada v. SS Cristina, 111

Congo v. Venne, 113

Consular Premises Case, 111

Controller and Auditor-General v. Sir Ronald Davison, 72

Cutting's Case, 64

Danzig Legislative Decrees Case, 36

Das sowjetische Ministerium für Aussenhandel, 111

De Haber v. Queen of Portugal, 111

Delimitation of the Continental Shelf (United Kingdom/France), 180

Dessaules v. Poland, 113

Dickson Car Wheel Company Case, 84

East Timor Case, 186, 196, 198, 201

Eastern Greenland Case, 107

EVect of Awards of Compensation made by the UN Administrative

Tribunal, Advisory Opinion, 189

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