the court of arbitration for the peaceful settlement of international disputes, established at The Hague by the international peace conference of 1899: its panel of jurists nominates a list of persons from which members of the United Nations International Court of Justice are elected.
- Official name Permanent Court of Arbitration .
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How to use Hague Tribunal in a sentence
The matter, however, was finally referred for adjustment to the Hague Tribunal.
I succeeded, however, in getting all the parties in interest to submit their cases to the Hague Tribunal.Theodore Roosevelt | Theodore Roosevelt
She has been a party to half of the cases where disputes between nations have been referred to the Hague Tribunal.Prize Orations of the Intercollegiate Peace Association | Intercollegiate Peace Association
That old French poet understood in half a second more than your Hague Tribunal could comprehend in its first Cathayan cycle!The Younger Set | Robert W. Chambers
The Hague Tribunal is not made up of permanent judges like an ordinary court.A School History of the Great War | Albert E. McKinley, Charles A. Coulomb, and Armand J. Gerson
British Dictionary definitions for Hague Tribunal
a tribunal of judges at The Hague, founded in 1899 to provide a panel of arbitrators for international disputes. It also chooses nominees for election by the United Nations to the International Court of Justice: Official name: Permanent Court of Arbitration
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