About: International Court of Justice

Global Europe 04-02-2021

UN court says it can hear Iran-US sanctions case

The UN's top court has said it can hear Iran's bid to overturn US nuclear sanctions reimposed by Donald Trump, prompting "disappointment" in Washington, which had argued the issue lies outside its jurisdiction.
Global Europe 04-10-2018

US withdraws from two international accords, says UN world court ‘politicised’

The Trump administration on Wednesday (3 October) pulled out of two international agreements after Iran and the Palestinians complained to the International Court of Justice about US policies, the latest withdrawal by Washington from multilateral accords.
Enlargement 04-02-2015

Serbia and Croatia digest genocide ruling

As widely expected, the International Court of Justice Tuesday (3 February) rejected the genocide lawsuits Croatia and Serbia launched against one another. Observers turned their attention to the vast sums of money wasted in hopeless proceedings. EURACTIV Serbia reports.
Global Europe 23-07-2010

Court says Kosovo independence ‘not illegal’

The European Union urged Serbia and Kosovo to improve their relations to bolster their chances of joining the bloc, after the International Court of Justice said yesterday (22 July) that Kosovo did not violate international law when it claimed secession from Serbia in February 2008.
Enlargement 20-07-2010

Diplomat: Upcoming Kosovo ruling will be spun by both sides

Whatever the International Court of Justice (ICJ) decides in its imminent ruling on Kosovo, both Belgrade and Pristina will immediately try and spin the result in their own favour, Gerard M. Gallucci, former UN Regional Representative in Mitrovica, Kosovo, told EURACTIV Germany in an interview.