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JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE IN INTERNATIONAL COURTS
The issue of the defining elements of a truly fair justice system has become a constant and consistent concern of international and/or regional political and legal organisations. Given the scale of the phenomenon of establishing and resorting to international courts and tribunals, reflecting, among others, the preference and availability of international actors for settling their disputes by independent and impartial decision-makers, the principles and values of the international judiciary havedoi:10.5281/zenodo.5796007 fatcat:ji4lduwssjgjzmzxmnqeyjjpke