The Permanent Court of International Justice, 1920-1942

By Manley O. Hudson; Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College | Go to book overview

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Prefacevii

PART I PRECURSORS AND ABORTIVE PROPOSALS

CHAPTER I. THE PERMANENT COURT OF ARBITRATION
§ 1. Arbitration in the Nineteenth Century3
§ 2. The Hague Conventions on Pacific Settlement of International Disputes4
§ 3. Legal Basis of the Permanent Court of Arbitration6
§ 4. Structure of the Permanent Court of Arbitration6
§ 5. Finances of the Permanent Court of Arbitration9
§ 6. Position of Members of the Permanent Court of Arbitration10
§ 7. Nature of the Permanent Court of Arbitration10
§ 8. Alternative Methods of Arbitration11
§ 9. Cases before Tribunals of the Permanent Court of Arbitration12
§ 10. United States of America-Mexico: Pious Fund Case (1902)12
§ 11. Germany, Great Britain, Italy-Venezuela: Preferential Claims Case (1904)14
§ 12. France, Germany, Great Britain-Japan: Japanese House Tax Case (1905)16
§ 13. France-Great Britain: Muscat Dhows Case (1905)17
§ 14. France-Germany: Casablanca Case (1909)18
§ 15. Norway-Sweden: Maritime Frontiers Case (1909) 19
§ 16. United States of America-Great Britain: North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Case (1910)220
§ 17. United States of America-Venezuela: Orinoco Steamship Company Case (1910)21
§ 18. France-Great Britain: Savarkar Case (1911)23
§ 19. Italy-Peru: Canevaro Case (1912)23
§ 20. Russia-Turkey: Russian Indemnity Case (1912)24
§ 21. France-Italy: Carthage and Manouba Cases (1913)25
§ 22. France-Italy: Tavignano Case (1912)26
§ 23. Netherlands-Portugal Timor Case (1914)26
§ 24. France, Great Britain, Spain-Portugal: Religious Properties in Portugal Case (1920)27
§ 25. France-Peru: Dreyfus Case (1921)28
§ 26. United States of America-Norway: Seizure of Ships Case (1922)29

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