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L. 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 Black’s Dictionary 2004 at 569. Tams 2007b, 392. Brunnée and Toope 2002, 273–295 at 276. Bianchi 2006 at 895. Scott and Stephan 2006 at 17. Scott and Stephan 2006, 4. Scott and Stephan 2006, 10, 113, 116 and 114. Scott and Stephan 2006, 9 and 4. Scott and Stephan 2006, 151–153. Kicker 2007, 107. 87 In the law of arms control, challenge inspections – which have not taken place yet – may be triggered ‘by a situation which has given rise to concern that there is already a violation’88 and are coming close to enforcement.
37 Kolari 2006, 874–879 at 876. 38 Yearbook International Law Commission (1958), Vol. II, 27–28. 39 See for instance Article 1 of the Chemical Weapons Convention: ‘Each State Party to this Convention undertakes never under any circumstances…’. 40 Kolari 2006, 878. 41 Marauhn 2006, 243–272 at 246. 42 Zimmermann 2007, 15–47 at 26. 43 Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project (Hungary/Slovakia), Judgment, ICJ Reports (1997), 1 at 53, §76. 44 Skubizewski 1999, 475–483 at 479. l. there is capacity-based non-compliance.
International judicial and quasi-judicial bodies on their part have followed a double track. One way is to confirm that public interest rules are capable of being applied extraterritorially, for example when dealing with violations of HR and IHL as the Court did in the Wall opinion, the DRC Uganda and in the Bosnia Genocide cases. The other approach would consist in bringing extraterritorial exercise of ‘jurisdiction’ or of ‘control’ by States within the realm of their own jurisdiction: this way these bodies are able to extend their protecting function beyond the territory of a contracting Party.