International Court of


  International Court of Justice is the primary judical organ of the United Nations which was established in 1945 by the United Nations Charter. Placed in the Peace Palace in Netherlands, Hague ICJ settles the international disputes between member states by acting as both an advisory opinion to UN organs and as an arbitrator of the disputes which are submitted by member states. ICJ also known as The Court, acts in accordance with the international law accompanied by 15 elected judges. These judges evaluate the pieces of evidence and the witnesses related to the case following the very own procedure of ICJ.