In Re (#06 June 2013)

Perpetual Development of Permanent Justice: the New 2012 Arbitration Rules for the Permanent Court of International Arbitration

Iryna S. Glushchenko

The Permanent Court of International Arbitration (hereinafter — the PCA) is an international organization established following the first Hague Peace Conference and pursuant to the 1899 Hague Convention for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. The aim of the PCA was formulated as “facilitating an immediate recourse to arbitration for international differences”. Now administering an extensive number of commercial, investment, environmental and human rights disputes the PCA seems to fulfill its own goal of serving as a juncture between public and private international law…

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