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KluwerArbitrationBlog

25 Aug 2016
by Inna Uchkunova

The International Court of Justice: Delimitation of a Continental Shelf Extending Beyond 200 Nautical Miles

In its judgment of 19 November 2012 in the case concerning the Territorial and Maritime Dispute (Nicaragua v. Colombia), the International Court of Justice (“Court” or “ICJ”) delimited, inter alia, the continental shelf and exclusive economic zone of Nicaragua and the maritime entitlements of the islands of which it was determined to be under Colombian... Continue reading The post The International Court of Justice: Delimitation of a Continental Shelf Extending Beyond 200 Nautical Miles appeared first on Kluwer Arbitration Blog . …
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KluwerMediationBlog

25 Aug 2016
by Nadja Alexander (Editor)

The Regulatory Robustness Rating in Practice: Part 3

Yes, here it is. The final part of the Regulatory Robustness Rating (RRR) trilogy. For those of you who are just picking up the RRR topic for the first time, you might like to check out Part 1 and Part 2 first. You will recall that the aim of the Rating System is to offer... Continue reading The post The Regulatory Robustness Rating in Practice: Part 3 appeared first on Kluwer Mediation Blog . …

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