Evolution and content of the principle of peaceful settlement of international disputes in International Law

  • Igor Anisimov
  • Elena Gulyaeva
Palavras-chave: Conciliação, Corte Internacional de Justiça, Mediação, Princípios de Direito Internacional, Resolução pacífica de conflitos

Resumo

This article introduces a brief outline of the inter-State conflict types. The evaluation considers the principle of peaceful disputes’ settlement evolution from antiquity to the present based on the legal analysis of historical and international legal sources. The article looks at the content of this principle and a comparative legal study of peaceful dispute resolution laid down in the UN Charter and other international legal instruments. The authors conclude that the peaceful international disputes settlement is a complex, integrated principle with several interrelated elements and the content incorporated in various international legal instruments. The article highlights the vital role of appropriate freedom of States to choose the remedies of settling their disputes. This right is a corollary to two interrelated international law principles – the sovereign equality of states and non-interference in matters within their domestic jurisdiction.

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Biografia do Autor

Igor Anisimov
PhD in Law, Member of the Russian Association of International Law, Associate Professor, Deputy of the Head of the Department of International Law at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry (119021, Moscow, Ostozhenka 53/2, Building 1).
Elena Gulyaeva
PhD in Law, Member of the Russian Association of International Law, Associate Professor of the Department of European Law at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry (119021, Moscow, Ostozhenka 53/2, Building 1).
Publicado
2020-12-30
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Anisimov, I., & Gulyaeva, E. (2020). Evolution and content of the principle of peaceful settlement of international disputes in International Law. Revista Justiça Do Direito, 34(3), 164-180. https://doi.org/10.5335/rjd.v34i3.12302