Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA)
Cour permanente d'arbitrage (CPA)
1899-07-29 The Hague Netherlands
Established 29 Jul 1899, The Hague (Netherlands), by articles 20-29 of the T-XT0101 - Convention for the Pacific Settlements of International Conflicts, 1899. Maintained by Articles 41-50 of the revised T-XT0717 - Convention for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes, 1907. Headquarters at G-XG1004 - Peace Palace, The Hague, since 1913.
Facilitate and provide services for the resolution of disputes involving combinations of states, state entities, international organizations and private parties.
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Administrative Council; Members of the Court; International Bureau, headed by Secretary-General.
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