In its opinion on Chagos of 25 February 2019, the International Court of Justice addressed (and dismissed) an objection raised by the United Kingdom and other participants, based on the existence of a bilateral dispute between the United Kingdom and Mauritius. The present chapter investigates the reasons for this decision, and the potential limits that the existence of a bilateral dispute may impose on the scope of the Court’s pronouncement.

The Chagos Advisory Opinion and the Principle of Consent to Adjudication / Z. Crespi Reghizzi - In: The International Court of Justice and Decolonisation : New Directions from the Chagos Advisory Opinion / [a cura di] T. Burri, J. Trinidad. - [s.l] : Cambridge University Press, 2021. - ISBN 9781108893770. - pp. 51-70 [10.1017/9781108893770.004]

The Chagos Advisory Opinion and the Principle of Consent to Adjudication

Z. Crespi Reghizzi
2021

Abstract

In its opinion on Chagos of 25 February 2019, the International Court of Justice addressed (and dismissed) an objection raised by the United Kingdom and other participants, based on the existence of a bilateral dispute between the United Kingdom and Mauritius. The present chapter investigates the reasons for this decision, and the potential limits that the existence of a bilateral dispute may impose on the scope of the Court’s pronouncement.
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