Peaceful settlements of disputes in the CSCE process
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Published by CSCE in Washington, DC .
Written in English


  • European cooperation.,
  • Pacific settlement of international disputes.

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Edition Notes

Statementa report prepared by the staff of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
ContributionsCSCE Meeting of Experts on the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes (1991 : Valleta, Malta)
LC ClassificationsJX1393.C65 U53 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 58 p. ;
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1182927M
LC Control Number94171273

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Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes By R.P. Anand Professor Emeritus of International Law, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi Law of Jungle in International Relations: We are living in a dangerous world indeed. In a world mired in innumerable disputes among nations and dominated by violence all around.   Introduction. Peaceful settlement of international disputes is a fundamental principle of international law of a peremptory character. It is formulated as such in the UN Charter (Article ), and developed in UNGA Resolution (XXV) on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States.   Compulsive or coercive means for the settlement for the settlement of disputes are non-peaceful methods. Such measures involve a pressure or force on a State to settle the dispute. However, the use of compulsive measures does not mean the use of armed forces in all the cases. The Peace Process. In , after the Gulf War, former President Bush sent Secretary of State James Baker on a series of trips to the region to explore compromises that would begin the Arab/Israeli peace process. The major dispute is between Israel and the Palestinians. Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip seek autonomy over their affairs.

PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT. OF DISPUTES INT - International Organisation PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES Importance of Peaceful Settlement Charter Procedures and Methods United Nations Experiences Changing Roles of United Nations Organs General Appraisal and Future Requirement Importance of Peaceful Settlement Primaryfunction of United Nations is to maintain world peace. Convention for the Peaceful Settlement of Disputes, and the Protocol of the Commission of Mediation and Arbitration of the Organization of African Unity. In addition to such general treaties on dispute settlement, there are many bilateral and multilateral agreements which include specific clauses related to dispute settlement. The. Any dreams that Europe had at last become too mature a society of states for the continent to be afficted by bloody international disputes have been shattered in recent months. This unique book examines both the sources of disputes -- the delimination of boundaries, ethnic differences, human rights violations, environmental damage, drug control, etc. -- and the most appropriate methods for. 7) Berthold Meyer, ‘Dispute Settlement Procedures and Crisis Management’, pp. in Michael Bothe, Natalino Ronzitti and Allan Rosas, eds., The OSCE in the Maintenance of Peace and Security: Conflict Prevention, Crisis Management and Peaceful Settlement of Disputes, The Hague, , p.