Peaceful settlement of international disputes is a fundamental principle of international law of a peremptory character it is formulated as such in the un charter article 23 and developed in unga resolution 2625 xxv on principles of international law concerning friendly relations and co operation among states. Handbook on the peaceful settlement of disputes a draft handbook on the peaceful settlement of disputes between states to maintain international peace and security and to that end to . Peaceful settlement of disputes 1 historically international law has been regarded by the international community as a means to ensure the establishment and preservation of world peace and security the maintenance of international peace and security has always been the major purpose of the international law it was the basic objective behind the creation of the league of nations in 1919 . The icj and peaceful settlement of disputes both the authority as well as the responsibility of fostering the cause of international peace and security by means of peaceful settlement of international disputes as it is possessed with the structural means to take action . This view was again confirmed in 1982 in a resolution res 37 10 of the un general assembly the so called manila declaration on the peaceful settlement of international disputes as the un charter does not prescribe in which way or by what means disputes need to be resolved the parties are free to choose their dispute settlement mechanism
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