Published in journal "Journal of Foreign Legislation and Comparative Law", 2011-6 , pages 87-93.
Resume: The effectiveness of international judicial bodies is Neither stipulated by the quantity of cases in the record of courts and arbitrations, nor by the compliance of their decisions. The level of international judges’ independence influences the effectiveness of adjudication just indirectly. The fundamental criteria of effectiveness of international judicial bodies evaluation is in quality of argumentation of precedents and in impact they make on the development of international law.
Keywords: effectiveNess, international, adjudication, justice, independence, justification, precedents, compliance, development.
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