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Banning the Bomb by Siddharth Mallavarapu

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Chapter 3

*The discussion on majority opinion of the Court (pp. 71–79) is based on a paper, “A Mandate for Nuclear Prudence: International Court of Justice on Nuclear Weapons” in M.V. Ramana and C. Rammanohar Reddy (eds), Prisoners of the Nuclear Dream (Delhi: Orient Longman, 2003), pp.245–269 published by the author. The Indian response to the Court's opinion discussed in Chapter 5 of this volume also extracts from the same paper.

1. Originally, a Dissenting Opinion was marked off from Separate and Individual Opinions. While Dissenting Opinions conveyed disagreement with aspects of the Court's Majority Opinion, Separate and Individual Opinions conveyed agreement with the Majority Opinion. This distinction is no longer necessarily the case. Declarations ...

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