In recent years, elections of judges to the ICJ have shown their political side. States try to place their candidates for the term of nine years. This entry investigates how this period of office evolved and still influences the work of the court.
Tag: International Court Of Justice
The International Court of Justice took more than 15 years to decide that claims of genocide were meritless. Does this show the value or the worthlessness of post-conflict dispute?
The Kosovo advisory opinion by the International Court of Justice was delivered on 22 July 2010. Two years later, it’s time to look at its long-term impact.