Reference : Introduction: International Adjudication and the Legacy of the Mixed Arbitral Tribunals
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Introduction: International Adjudication and the Legacy of the Mixed Arbitral Tribunals
Erpelding, Michel mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Department of Law (DL) >]
Ruiz Fabri, Hélène mailto []
The Mixed Arbitral Tribunals, 1919–1939: An Experiment in the International Adjudication of Private Rights
Erpelding, Michel mailto
Ruiz Fabri, Hélène mailto
Studies of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and REgulatory Procedural Law, 25
[en] History of international law ; history of international adjudication ; mixed arbitral tribunals ; mixed commissions ; mixed courts ; Paris Peace Treaties
[en] This introduction provides the reader with a general characterization of the 39 Mixed Arbitral Tribunals (MATs) created by the 1919-1923 peace treaties to address disputes between private persons and between private persons and states as a result of the First World War. Noting that the rich literature published on the MATs was followed by near-silence after 1945, it mentions the numerous questions that they still raise today, before explaining how the various contributions to the book edited by the authors address them.
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