|Title||Improving U.N. Dispute Settlement Machinery|
|Year of Publication||1984|
This monograph examines suggestions for UN Mediation Service, fact-finding commissions, and for more frequent use of World Court Advisory Opinions - 21 pages.
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Excerpts from Mr. Hoffmann's Conclusions:
UN mediation should more appropriately be under the jurisdiction of the Secretary General rather than under the jurisdiction of the Security Council or the General Assembly. There should be a staged increase in third party involvement if the first efforts at mediation fail. Such increased involvement should include fact-finding, non-binding arbitration, and ultimately binding arbitration by an Equity Tribunal or adjudication by the International Court of Justice.
(Excerpts taken from page 19 of Monograph 2)