The Law of International Institutions

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Arbitration

CARLSTON: The Process of International Arbitration ( 1946).

FRANCOIS: "La Cour pérmanente d'arbitrage", ( 1955) 90 R.C. 541.

HUDSON: International Tribunals, Past and Future ( 1944).

JOHNSTON: "The Constitution of an Arbitral Tribunal", ( 1953) 30 B.Y.B.I.L. 152.

RALSTON: International Arbitration form Athens to Locarno ( 1929).

SIMPSON and FOX: International Arbitration ( 1959).

Convention for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes 1899-1907: Scott, The Hague Conventions and Declarations of 1899 and 1907 ( 1915), p. 41; ( 1898-99) 91 B.F.S.P. 970 and ( 1906-07) 100 B.F.S.P. 298.

General Act for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes 1928: 93 L.N.T.S. 343 or Hudson, International Legislation, Vol. IV, p.25-29.

Revised General Act of 1949: 71 U.N.T.S.102.

European Convention for the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes, 1957:5European Yearbook, 347.

"International Law Commission", Model Rules on Arbitral Procedure:Report of the I.L.C. covering the work of its tenth session (A/3859).

The International Court of Justice

ANAND: Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice ( 1961).

GROSS: "Participation of individuals in advisory proceedings before the I.C.J.", ( 1958) 52 A.J.I.L.16.

I. C.J.: Yearbook (consult the current Yearbook of the Court for theStatute, Rules, state of the list of pending cases, financial regulations,and the texts of instruments conferring jurisdiction on the Court).

ROSENNE: The International Court of Justice ( 1957).

SCHWARZENBERGER: International Law (International Courts) (3rd ed., 1958).

SORENSEN: "The I.C.J.: its role contemporary internationalrelations", ( 1960) 14 International Organisation, 261.

WALDOCK: "The Decline of the Optional Clause", ( 1955-56) 32 B.Y.B.I.L. 244.

European Commission and Court of Human Rights

Council of Europe: The Rights of the European Citizen ( 1961).

European Commission of Human Rights: Documents and Decisions, 1955- 56-57 (Chapter I contains texts of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Protocol to the Convention, Reservations, Declarations by States, rules of procedure of the Commission; Chapter IV contains the decisions of theCommission).

ROBERTSON: "The European Court of Human Rights", ( 1960) 9 A.J.Comp.Law I.

ROBERTSON: The Law of International Institutions in Europe ( 1961),Chap. V. Union Internationale des Avocats: Les Jurisdictions Internationales( 1958) p. 72.

VASAK: "The Court and Commission of Human Rights", Juris Classeur,Fasc, 155 F.

WALDOCK: "The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms", ( 1958) 34 B.Y.B.I.L. 270

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