The International Law Reports is the only publication in the world
wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English
of decisions of international courts and arbitrators as well as
judgments of national courts. Among the cases reported in Volume
117 is the ICJ 1998 ruling on preliminary objections in the
Lockerbie decision relating to the trial before a Scottish court in
the Netherlands, along with additional materials. Six leading cases
of the ECJ concerning the implementation of United Nations
sanctions are also reported. In addition the United Nations
Compensation Commission Egyptian Workers' Claims case, and the
Sandline and Papua New Guinea 1998 arbitration under the UNCITRAL
rules are reported. M/V Saiga (No 2) in 1998 and the Southern
Bluefin Tuna Cases provisional measures rulings in 1999 from the
International Tribunal for the Law of Sea are also included.
Lastly, the volume contains Australia/New Zealand immigration
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