Table of contents for International dispute settlement in an evolving global society : constitutionalization, accessibility, privatization / Francisco Orrego Vicušna.


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INTRODUCTION
1. AN EVOLVING INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY: INSTITUTIONALIZATION, PRIVATIZATION, GLOBALIZATION
2. A CONSTITUTIONAL COURT FOR AN INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY?
3. INDIVIDUALS AND SETTLEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS: CHANGE AND ADAPTATION OF GOVERNING RULES
4. INDIVIDUALS BEFORE INTERNATIONAL COURTS AND TRIBUNALS: A CONTINUING PROGRESSION
5. SHAPING A NEW ROLE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL IN INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: THE CONTRIBUTION OF SPECIALIZED JURISDICTIONS
6. ThE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION INTEGRATED DISPUTE SETTLEMENT SYSTEM: INNOVATION AND TRANSITION.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Pacific settlement of international disputes, United Nations, International Court of Justice