International Courts and Tribunals Between Globalisation and Localism examines the many factors in connection with the proliferation of international courts and tribunals at global and regional level, the reasons for their marked specialisation, the demand for international justice and the growing confidence in international judicial bodies and in their functions. The book also considers the details of each court and tribunal, the context in which it exercises its function and its caselaw. In particular the choice of the courts and tribunals has been based on the distinctive character of each one of them in the different contexts of globalisation or localism.

International Courts and Tribunals between Globalisation and Localism / DEL VECCHIO, Angela. - (2012), pp. 1-218.

International Courts and Tribunals between Globalisation and Localism

DEL VECCHIO, ANGELA
2012

Abstract

International Courts and Tribunals Between Globalisation and Localism examines the many factors in connection with the proliferation of international courts and tribunals at global and regional level, the reasons for their marked specialisation, the demand for international justice and the growing confidence in international judicial bodies and in their functions. The book also considers the details of each court and tribunal, the context in which it exercises its function and its caselaw. In particular the choice of the courts and tribunals has been based on the distinctive character of each one of them in the different contexts of globalisation or localism.
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