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Chapter 11

Note: Private International Law (= choice of law/conflicts of Law) is part of national law, wherefore every single state has its own, see for example U.S., U.K., Denmark. - The definition given at "ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law" is not a definition used between the "most highly qualified publicists" [FN1] (ICJ Article 38 section 1.d) [FN2].

Section 11.3.
Section 11.5.4.
Section 11.5.4.1.
Sections 11.5.4.2-3.
Section 11.8.
Topics of international law dealt with in some famous books from some of the "most highly qualified publicists".
Other listings.

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Section 11.3.

Article 38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice (in the Hague)("ICJ")

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Section 11.5.4.

UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules (as revised in 2010).

Project on International Courts & Tribunal (PICT) has in a PDF-file listed “The International Judiciary in Context: A synoptic Chart”.

Another list of World Courts with links to decisions..

Supreme Court decisions from around thew world at Globalcourts.

The Manual on International Courts and Tribunals (International Courts and Tribunals Series) by Ruth Mackenzie, Cesare Romano, Philippe Sands and Yuval Shany (2. ed)(Oxford University Press, 2010 - ISBN-13: 978-0199545278).

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11.5.4.1. - INTERNATIONAL TRIBUNALS:



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11.5.4.2-3. - REGINAL TRIBUNALS:


EUROPE:


AMERICAS:


AFRICA:


ASIA:


ARBITRATION:

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Section 11.8.

Many topics that could seem to be "international" ought rightfully to be categorised as topics having "national transborder impact" wherefore a comparative method should be used to make "comparison" between one or several national law laws on the subject. There exist endless of books and articles containing such ""comparative" "transborder" content, see for example the lists named "International Law Research" & "Comparative Law Research" at GlobaLex.

Of real international subjects are issues that international treaties (or international organizations) deal with.

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Topics of international law dealt with in some famous books from some of the "most highly qualified publicists":

Here are by topic some references to special subjects of international law some of the "most highly qualified publicists" (ICJ Article 38 section 1.d) [FN2] have dealt with:

[IB] means Ian Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law (7 ed.)(Oxford Press, 2008)
[OI] means Oppenheim's International Law (9 ed.)(Longman, 1996)
[AC] means Antonio Cassese, International Criminal Law (2 ed.)(Oxford University Press, 2008)

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Other listings:

WAR:

Recommended (From Stanford Law School) U.S. Treatises by Subject

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FN1: "Private International Law: Oppenheim's International Law pp. 6-7 (9 ed.)(Longman, 1996) & Ian Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law Chapter 2 (7 ed.)(Oxford Press, 2008). See also Black's Law Dictionary (9th ed. 2009): (1) Also termed jus gentium privatum; intermunicipal law; comity; extraterritorial recognition of rights. (2) A difference between the laws of different states or countries in a case in which a transaction or occurrence central to the case has a connection to two or more jurisdictions.

FN2: See book subsection 11.5.5.