UNITY OF APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AT GLOBAL LEVEL: THE ROLE OF JUDGES IN FIGHTING FRAGMENTATIONS
The judges have great role infighting fragmentations and bringing unity of application of international law. The rhetoric that, the proliferation of different international courts and Tribunals provoked the fragmentation of international law is not practically working on the ground. It is mere imaginary argument.
With respect to international tribunals and courts, their multiplication both at global and at regional levels are impressive for the aim of unifying the interpretation and application of international law at the universal level, from a purely logical point of view. The objective of this article is to show the proliferation of different international courts and Tribunals does not provoked the fragmentation of international law, rather it help us to unifying the application of International laws. It is a qualitative reserch.
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