Skip to content

Georgetown Law Library

Request Add to Bag MARC Display
   
Limit search to available items
Elsewhere
WorldCat
Call # KZ6287 .A58 2011
Author Antonopoulos, Constantine
Title Counterclaims before the International Court of Justice / Constantine Antonopoulos
Imprint The Hague, Netherlands : T.M.C. Asser Press, c2011
Book Cover
LOCATION CALL NO. STATUS
 INTL  KZ6287 .A58 2011    AVAILABLE

Details

Descript. xii, 177 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-174) and index
Subject International Court of Justice
International law
Alt Author International Court of Justice
OCLC # 733230116
Table of Contents
1.Introduction1
 References5
2.Concept of Counterclaims in International Litigation7
2.1.Counterclaims as a Municipal Private Law Analogy7
2.2.Counterclaims in Municipal Law: A Brief Overview10
2.3.Counterclaims in International Arbitration12
2.3.1.Permanent Court of Arbitration13
2.3.2.UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (1976)19
2.3.3.Iran-US Claims Tribunal22
2.3.4.World Trade Organization Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes29
2.3.5.International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)29
2.3.6.International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Rules of Arbitration (1998)33
2.3.7.International Law Commission's Model Rules on Arbitral Procedure (1958)34
2.4.International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS)34
 References35
3.Counterclaims before the ICJ: Evolution and Definition37
3.1.Evolution of the Rule on Counterclaims37
3.1.1.Permanent Court of International Justice37
3.1.2.International Court of Justice48
3.2.Defining Counterclaims50
3.2.1.Literature51
3.2.2.Court52
3.2.3.Rationale or Purpose of Counterclaims before the ICJ57
3.2.4.Counterclaim is not a Defence on the Merits60
3.2.5.Counterclaims before the ICJ do not Constitute "Cross-Action"63
3.2.6.Counterclaims before the ICJ and Claims at Set-Off65
3.2.7.Counterclaim is not a Plea of "tu quoque"67
 References71
4.Admissibility of Counterclaims73
4.1.Jurisdiction of the Court74
4.1.1.Extent of the Subject-Matter Jurisdiction of the Court74
4.1.2.Jurisdiction on Counterclaims from the Point View of the Bases of Expressing Consent80
4.1.3.Position of Third States103
4.1.4.Preliminary Objections to Jurisdiction and Admissibility Concerning Counterclaims109
4.1.5.Evaluation of the Jurisprudence of the Court117
4.2.Direct Connection119
4.2.1.Evaluation of the Jurisprudence of the Court131
 References134
5.Procedure135
5.1.Presentation of Counterclaims in the Counter-Memorial135
5.2.Equality of the Parties142
5.3.Oral Hearings145
5.4.Undue Delay150
5.5.Position of Third States152
5.6.Withdrawal or Discontinuance of Counterclaims154
 References155
6.Conclusions157
 Table of Cases163
 Table of Treaties169
 Table of Documents171
 Bibliography173
 Index175