The Settlement of Disputes in International Law
Institutions and Procedures
John Collier and Vaughan Lowe
Reviews and Awards
This book has, according to the authors, 'the modest aim of introducing readers to some of the main processes for the settlement of international disputes'. It does so admirably. - Matthew Happold, NLR 2000.
The chapter on the International Court of Justice ... is extremely thorough ... it provides the best introduction to the Court that this reviewer knows of an the comprehensive footnotes go to to point the way to further reading on the subject. - Matthew Happold, NLR 2000.
a useful introduction to procedural issues in arbitrations ... this is a thorough and comprehensive work, covering much ground in a very clear manner. It is particularly well footnoted, something of especial importance, in this reviewer's opinion, in an introductory work. In this reviewer's mind it is much the best introductory work on the subject ... it seems likely that it will become Ithe textbook for courses on international litigation and the settlement of international disputes. - Matthew Happold, NLR 2000.
a valuable addition to the literature on dispute settlement ... will appeal to ... students of international law and international relations, and practitioners seeking easily accessible information about the role and function of the various means of dispute resolution. - Christian Tams, European Journal of International Law Vol 11 No 3 2000