The theory and practice of intervention before the International Court of Justice

Brian Mcgarry
Articles 62 and 63 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice address the prospect of third States intervening in contentious cases before the Court. The thesis presents an historical overview of these provisions, and explores conceptual tensions in their practice. First, it assesses questions concerning the consensual nature of the Court's jurisdiction, specifically its characterizations of inherent powers and procedural autonomy. In so doing, it also considers to what extent these characterizations may...
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