Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 February 2017
1 Certain Norwegian Loans (Fr. v. Nor.), 1957 ICJ Rep. 9 (July 6).
2 The memorandum is an internal document of the Court, but the Court’s permission has been obtained for the document’s inclusion in a forthcoming fifth volume of Judge Lauterpacht’s Collected Papers. See p. 5, n.7.
3 Similarly, although most of us are now fully aware of the Soering case in the European Commission and Court, this reviewer was astounded to discover that, only a year ago, at a relatively high-level conference on international human rights, only one of the American participants was even aware of its existence. (See Richard B. Lillich, The Soering Case, 85 AJIL 128 (1991)).
4 See Abraham D. Sofaer, Adjudication in the International Court of Justice: Progress through Realism, 44 A.B.C.N.Y. Rec., June 1989, at 462.
5 Land, Island and Maritime Frontier Dispute (El Sal./Hond.), Application to Intervene, 1990 ICJ Rep. 3, 18 (Order of Feb. 28).
6 Arbitral Award of 31 July 1989 (Guinea-Bissau v. Sen.)., 1991 ICJ Rep. 53 (Nov. 12).
7 Delimitation of the Continental Shelf between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the French Republic, Decisions of 30 June 1977 and 14 March 1978, 18 R.I.A.A. 3.
8 Free Zones of Upper Savoy and the District of Gex (Fr./Switz.), 1932 PCIJ (ser. A/B) No. 17 (June 7).
9 Sopron-Köszeg Local Ry. v. Austria (Award of June 18, 1929), reprinted in 24 AJIL 164 (1930).