- Russia shoots GB fishing trawlers and claims it thought they were torpedo boats.
- Chose admirals over lawyers for the arbitration b/c of the technical nature of the case.
- More sympathetic to Russian situation.
- More familiar w/ custom in law of sea at this time.
- Arbitration panel says that the Russian admirable-not justified in his actions.
- N. 3, p. 250: Intl inquiry commission a good then when people really mad over something small. Diplomacy here is reminiscent of the Hull Lothian deal.
- Why not use countermeasures here? (reprisal/retorsion—these are allowed in intl law). Econ consequences if UK was to retaliate.
- There is a problem w/ compliance—why some cases might not do arbitration.
- What wld have happened if Russia hadn’t paid the UK?
- In 1905, no sanctions available (diff now b/c other measures—like attacking assets—freezing them for force compliance)
- Probably not much cld be done.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
The Dogger Bank Case brief
The Dogger Bank Case (Hague; Great Britain v. Russia; 1905; p. 247)
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