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Volume :7 Issue : 3 1979      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The International Court of Justice and Some International Conflicts

Auther : A. M-Ashaal

On 11-9-1976 the International Court of Justice turned down a Greek request for interim measures of protection against Turkey which was running seismic exploration activities in some disputed areas in the Aegean Sea. The major cause for rejecting the Greek request was that conditions and circumstances did not justify the indication of the requested measures because the damages resulted in the Turkish activities were not, according to the Court, irreparable damages.

The main concern of the study is addressed to some purely legal and somewhat procedural points. It outlined the practice of the I.C.J., concerning the circumstances justifying the ordering measures of protection, a comparison was made between these measures and those taken by the Security Council according to Article 4 of the U.N. Charter. Some other points were included in the study such as the legal effects of non-appearance of the respondent before the Court, an act clearly and frequently followed in such cases.

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