272 страниц. 2011 год. This collection of essays by leading international lawyers is aimed at providing informed analysis of the growing spectrum of remedies available in international fora for breaches of international law. Prime among the institutions active in offering remedies for such breaches is the International Court of Justice,and the volume contains reflections by two of its members, Judge Higgins and Judge Koroma. But the ICJ is no longer alone in offering a forum for the granting of remedies; amidst the proliferation of international bodies, the European Court of Justice, the World Trade Organisation and the International Tribunal on the Law of the Sea are active. Several of the most interesting contributions to this volume deal with these institutions and their current work. In addition there are important new essays on mediation in international law, diplomatic settlement and arbitration.