Can Iran have the United States Sentenced at the International Court of Justice for its Unilateral Sanctions against Iran

2022-11-21T12:21:25+03:30

In reviewing process, European Journal of International Law (EJIL) After a few decades of conflict on Iran’s nuclear program and decades of sanctions against this country, eventually with the signing of the JCPOA by the conflicting parties in 2015 and its endorsement by the UNSC by means of Resolution 2231, the previous sanctions were removed. [...]

The Sanction for Verdicts of the International Court of Justice by Reviewing an Ongoing Lawsuit

2022-11-21T12:21:52+03:30

In reviewing process, Iranian Review for UN Studies (IRUNS) After giving itself jurisdiction to hear the case of the 1955 Treaty of Amity between Iran and the United States and the case of the Frozen Iranian Assets, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) took a step towards substantive competence (Merits) of such cases. Once a [...]

Establishment of the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice, by studying previous lawsuits between Iran and the United States of America

2022-11-21T12:36:28+03:30

Journal: Iranian Review of Foreign Affairs, Volume 12 (2021), Issue 34 After the unilateral sanctions of the United States rooted in the aftermath of the nuclear deal, Iran decided to sue the United States at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) based on the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations and Consular Rights. Once a [...]

Iran’s Countermeasures to U.S withdrawal from JCPOA and the Trigger Mechanism

2022-11-21T14:33:03+03:30

Journal: Iranian Association for United Nations Studies, Volume 2, Issue 2, Serial Number 3 (Summer and Autumn 2019 – Pages 89 – 110) - The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA can be considered the main source of new political tensions between Iran and the United States during Donald Trump’s administration. After Donald Trump’s unilateral [...]

legal Analysis of Iran’s Complaint against United States of America, Based on Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations and Consular Rights 1955

2022-11-21T12:36:09+03:30

Master Thesis, Institute for Social Sciences and Humanities, Netherlands, The Hague In the international system of law, every single obligation has some kind of executive sanction, and countries violating those obligations shall be held responsible. After the 1979 Revolution in Iran, the United States has consistently violated various provisions of the 1955 Treaty of Amity,a source of international law, and subsequently the 1969 Convention on the Law of Treaties. [...]

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