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Kenya, Somalia in maritime deal row
Tanzania Citizen

Kenya Asks International Court of Justice to Dismiss Somalia's...

A Kenyan team comprising of top-notch lawyers led by Attorney General Githu Muigai on Monday put up a spirited case to convince the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to dismiss a case in which Somalia wants the court to determine the geographical ..., 6 days ago
Kenya, Somalia in maritime deal row Tanzania Citizen, 6 days ago
China Institute of International Studies

Symposium on South China Sea Arbitration Case Held at CIIS

Writer: Center of Maritime Security and Coorperation. Editor: 王嘉 On July 26, 2016, China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) held a symposium on South China Sea Arbitration Case in Beijing. Experts from Nanjing University, Wuhan ...
 China Institute of International Studies3 days ago Experts Seminar on Maritime Governance and Security Management Held at CIIS  China Institute of International Studies3 days ago Experts Advocate Harder Stance Against Illegal Claims In South China Sea  USNI3 days ago Maritime Minister Meets John Kerry in Washington  Tempo.co1 week ago

MARINE FISHERIES LAW: Adopting the precautionary principle

The precautionary principle is a well-recognised concept in the realm of international environmental law. The principle is a manifestation of the maxim in dubio pro natura which means in doubt, in favour of nature. The precautionary principle means ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star45 minutes ago
Melbourne Age

Australia loses attempt to knock out East Timor's maritime boundary complaint

Australia has lost in its claim that an international commission has no jurisdiction to hear a complaint by East Timor in the bitter dispute over undersea oil and gas riches. Australia has lost in its claim that an international commission has no ...
 Macleay Argus10 hours ago East Timor wins jurisdiction claim against Australia  Melbourne Age10 hours ago

Global court takes up E. Timor, Australia sea border row

THE HAGUE (AFP)- In a blow to Australia, an international arbitration court agreed Monday to take up a decade-long maritime border dispute between East Timor and Canberra which cuts through lucrative oil and gas fields in the Timor Sea. The ...
 France246 hours ago Global court takes up Timor, Australia sea border row  Expatica Netherlands8 hours ago Global court agrees to take up Timor, Australia sea border row  ABC Radio Australia4 hours ago
Tehran Times

Tens of foreign firms to attend Iran Sea Expo 2016

TEHRAN Tens of companies from nine countries will participate in the 4th edition of the International Maritime Exhibition of Iran, known as Iran Sea Expo 2016, which will be held in Tehran on September 24-26, the executive manager of the exhibition ...
 Tehran Times3 days ago Iran Sea Expo 2016 to begin in Tehran today  Iran Daily3 days ago

SUPERMAN - a new BIMCO contract is born

January 2016 saw the publication of the new 'SUPERMAN' agreement published by the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO), which governs the contractual relationship between third-party ship managers and shipowners for the provision of ...
 Lexology4 days ago

Kenya or Somalia: Who owns the sea and what lies beneath?

For years, Kenya and Somalia have argued over where their maritime boundary in the Indian Ocean runs. The International Court of Justice in The Hague could now decide who owns the sea, a decision that will only suit one. A narrow triangle off the ...
 MSN UK6 days ago Latest headlines: Somalia, Kenya maritime borders case starts at ICJ  Radio Garowe6 days ago East Africa: UN Court to Start Hearing Kenya-Somalia Sea Border Dispute  AllAfrica.com1 week ago UN court starts hearing Kenya-Somalia sea border dispute  East African1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Philippines, Japan to China: Respect law in sea row

Manila: Japan and the Philippines joined forces today to call on China to observe the rule of law in resolving maritime disputes after an international tribunal rejected Beijing’s claims to most of the South China Sea. Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio ...
 State Times1 month ago Maritime Tensions Grow Between Rising China and Rearming Japan  Defense One3 days ago South China Sea tensions resurfacing old wounds  MSN Australia3 days ago Japan and China's maritime tensions in the South China Sea are resurfacing World War II-era wounds  Quartz3 days ago

Show 'utmost respect' for law of seas: India on SCS row

Identifying maritime cooperation as a key priority, India today called for all stakeholders in the South China Sea issue to show "utmost respect" for the UN body that establishes the international legal order of the seas and oceans as it sought ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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