'Who decides what where?' from the Europäische Zeitung

The aim of this article, published in 2002 in the German periodical Europäische Zeitung, is to draw a clear distinction between the four international courts of justice which have their seat in Europe: the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague; the International Criminal Court in The Hague; the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg; and the Court of Justice of the European Communities (ECJ) in Luxembourg.

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Source: Europäische Zeitung. Hrsg. ENTEL, Stefan A.; BROK, Elmar; PROF. SCHÖNDUBE, Claus; DR SCHOSER, Franz ; Herausgeber KELLER, Horst. Oktober/November 2002, n° 10-11, 53. Jahrgang. Bonn: Europa Union Verlag GmbH. "Wer entscheidet wo was?", auteur:Graf, Oskar , p. 14.

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