The Iraq Claims Tribunal: An Overview of the U.N. Compensation Commission
Huth, William E., Dispute Resolution Journal
The United Nations Compensation Commission was created in 1991 to settle claims arising out of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait during the Gulf War. William Huth provides a thorough examination of the UNCC's approach to the resolution of such claims and explains how this tribunal constitutes an important template for the disposition of future commercial disputes arising out of international conflict.
The United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) created by the U.N. Security Council to settle claims arising out of the Gulf War is an important international claims tribunal by any measure.1
Since its establishment in May 1991,1 the UNCC, located in Geneva, Switzerland, has had …
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Publication information: Article title: The Iraq Claims Tribunal: An Overview of the U.N. Compensation Commission. Contributors: Huth, William E. - Author. Magazine title: Dispute Resolution Journal. Volume: 54. Issue: 2 Publication date: May 1999. Page number: 24+. © American Arbitration Association Nov 2008-Jan 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.