Analytical Paper

This paragraph describes the topic of the paper
Reforming the ICJ
The reform that is suggested is design to be applied to the International Court of Justice. A Compulsory Jurisdictional Principle is proposed in order to make disputing states accept the jurisdiction and the decisions made by the ICJ. The ICJ lacks the ability to implement its ruling on disputing states due to the issue of sovereignty, and this causes the limited effectiveness of the ICJ. This reform is proposed due to the fact that as a World Court, trying to settle disputed between sovereign states, the ICJ should have jurisdiction on member states and its decisions should be adhered to. Taking cases to the ICJ and then neglecting its decision is a waste of time and money for both disputing states and the ICJ, it also causes a concern as to what other issues might rise due to the convicted state neglecting the ICJ’s decision. Thus, this reform is recommendedand it will be proposed in accordance with the WTO jurisdiction principle.
These are the instructions provided by the professor to write the paper
I. Analytical Paper
Students will write a two page analytical paper on the following topic.
As an esteemed scholar with expertise in (the international organization of your choice– the International Court of Justice of United Nations), you have been invited to brief the representatives of the organization’s lead decision-making body on how and why the organization should adopt a specific reform (of your choice– A Compulsory Jurisdictional Principle). This paper will be circulated to the member state representatives of the council.
Use at least five scholarly sources and cite them as footnotes, using Chicago style. The writing style should be concise and argumentative. Your main argument should be clear by the end of the second sentence and reiterated in your concluding paragraph. Avoid jargon. Be aware of your audience. Be sure to ALSO discuss:
1. The benefits of such a reform (are they short-term/long-term? Is there evidence that it worked elsewhere? How effective was it? If not, why are you confident that it will be successful? Timeframe?) 
You should refer to the WTO (World Trade Organization) when you talk about if this reform has worked elsewhere and has been successful. I uploaded a PDF in which it briefly talks about how this has been implemented in the WTO.
2. The costs of such a reform (who will pay? what will it cost? Is there a risk of lives lost?)
3. The political feasibility of the reform (Can states convince domestic audiences? What 
political challenges should be expected in negotiations? Whose support is needed?)
Some additional suggestions by the professor for this topic:
1. The effectiveness of the WTOcompulsory jurisdictional principle. When was it instituted? And why? And then show how it can be implemented on ICJ.
2. Mention ICJ goal –mission statement(Article 94 of UN Charter). ICJ implantation and compliance problem with state agreements, example: US v. Nicaragua case. Look at WTO and what case used this principle.
3. Optional: Look at other IO might have used this approach, Why you think it is important to make the comparison
Tip: Start by writing a three or four page paper. Then revise by shortening it down to two pages.
Format: Word document, Times New Roman, 12 pt, 1.5 spacing, 2 pages