chapter  8
Legalized Dispute Resolution: Interstate and Transnational
ByROBERT O. KEOHANE, ANDREW MORAVCSIK
Pages 39

International courts and tribunals are flourishing. Depending on how these bodies are defined, they now number between seventeen and forty.1 In recent years we have witnessed the proliferation of new bodies and a strengthening of those that already exist. “When future international legal scholars look back at . . . the end of the twentieth century,” one analyst has written, “they probably will refer to the enormous expansion of the international judiciary as the single most important development of the post-Cold War age.”2