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(p. 563) 19. The Means of Dispute Settlement 

(p. 563) 19. The Means of Dispute Settlement
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(p. 563) 19. The Means of Dispute Settlement
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John Merrills

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10.1093/he/9780199654673.003.0019
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date: 18 October 2019

This chapter discusses the various methods available for the peaceful settlement of international disputes. These include diplomatic methods (negotiation, mediation, inquiry, and conciliation), and legal methods (arbitration, the International Court of Justice, other courts and tribunals, and the place of legal methods). The role of the United Nations and regional organizations is also considered.

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