Foros a la carta o difusion de politicas?
Sotomayor Velaquez, Arturo C.
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Forum shopping or policy diffusion? Different lines of thought on territorial dispute settlement in Latin America through international arbitratin and litigation. In recent years a growing literature on the resolution of territorial disputes vis judicial processes has flourished. Countries willing to setle their maritime and territorial disputes have a plethora or forum options available, including regional and global tribunals. Yet some states seem to prefer global courts over regional tribunals. What explains this choice of forum? The article explores forum selection by analyzing Latin American cases of territorial dispute settlement. Evidence from these cases suggest that forum choice is not all strategic bargaining or institutional design. Rather states seek specific courts influenced by policy diffusion and cognitive biases.
Algunas lineas teoricas sobre la resolucion de disputas terriroriales en America Latina a traves de procedimientos judciales y abitraje internacional.
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