Article III

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Article III

Article III Courts and Article I Tribunals

Article III Of The Constitution Of The United States

Analyticity of solutions in type III thermoelastic plates [republished article]†

The GATT Article III:8(a) Procurement Derogation and Canada – Renewable Energy

Part Seven Executory and Transitory Provisions, Article 36 of the 1951 Convention/Article III of the 1967 Protocol

US – Clove Cigarettes and US – Tuna II (Mexico): Implications for the Role of Regulatory Purpose under Article III:4 of the GATT

Protocol between France and Germany for the Execution of Article III of the Financial Stipulations of 13 December 1918, signed at Kehl, 12 April 1919

Declaration between France and Italy respecting the Interpretation of Article III of the Boundary Convention of 7 March 1861, signed at Florence, 7 November/Rome, 9 November 1878

Exchange of Notes between Belgium and Portugal respecting the Suppression of Article III (15) of the Extradition Treaty of 3 March 1875, signed at Lisbon, 29 July/12 December 1902

Convention between China and Great Britain giving effect to Article III of the Convention of 24 July 1886 relative to Burma and Tibet, signed at London, 1 March 1894

Convention between Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador modifying Article III of the Consular Convention of 4 February 1910 and Article IV of the Convention respecting the Functions of the International Central American Office of 3 February 1910, signed at Guatemala City, 12 January 1911

Reply to the article “Continuously infused carboplatin used as radiosensitizer in locally unresectable non-small-cell lung cancer: a multicenter phase III study”, by Groen et al. (Ann Oncol 2004; 15: 427–432)

Agreement between France and Great Britain relative to the Arbitral Tribunal and the Inquiries into the Claims for Indemnity contemplated by Article III of the Convention of 8 April 1904 respecting Newfoundland, signed at London, 7 April 1905

Declarations between Austria-Hungary, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, and Switzerland completing Article III of the International Phylloxera Convention of 3 November 1881, signed at Berne, 15 April 1889

Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Bemba (Jean-Pierre Gombo), Partly dissenting opinion of Judge Ozaki on the ‘Prosecution’s application for admission of materials into evidence pursuant to Article 64(9) of the Rome Statute’, Case no ICC-01/05-01/08-2300, ICL 1562 (ICC 2012), 6th September 2012, ICC Trial Chamber III

Reply to the article “Editorial comment on ‘Reduction of chemotherapy-induced febrile leucopenia by prophylactic use of ciprofloxacin and roxithromycin in small-cell lung cancer patients: an EORTC double-blind placebo-controlled phase III study’”, by P. A. Bunn Jr (Ann Oncol 2001; 12: 1339–1340)

Situation in the Central African Republic, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Bemba (Jean-Pierre Gombo), Decision on unsworn statement by the accused pursuant to Article 67(1)(h) of the Rome Statute, ICC-01/05-01/08-2860, ICL 1591 (ICC 2013), 1st November 2013, International Criminal Court [ICC]; ICC Pre Trial Chamber III

Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Bemba Gombo (Jean-Pierre), Decision on the Prosecution’s application for admission of materials into evidence pursuant to Article 64(9) of the Rome Statute, Case no ICC-01/05-01/08-2299-Red, ICL 1563 (ICC 2012), 8th October 2012, International Criminal Court [ICC]; ICC Pre Trial Chamber III


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The story of Article III, the judiciary article of the Constitution, is in many ways the story of American constitutionalism itself. The tale has a beginning but no end, and it is fraught with tension, uncertainty, and ambivalence.


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