Exploring an Integrated Approach to the Resolution of International Boundary and Territorial Disputes

Selected Presentation Materials from the LIBC 2013

John BrownPunching above their weight? Issues raised by the regime of islands in recent court cases. (pdf)
Dr Robin CleverlyBasepoints and Equity: How do you draw a line in the South China Sea? (pdf)
Dr Leendert DorstOn the generation of maritime boundary candidates for efficient negotiation processes. (pdf)
Pierre-Emmanuel DupontTrends and prospects in the settlement of territorial disputes in West Africa. (slides pdf paper pdf)
Dr Alex Oude ElferinkITLOS’s approach to the delimitation of the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles in Bangladesh-Myanmar: Theoretical and practical difficulties. (pdf)
Stephen FiettaFuture challenges from a maritime delimitation perspective, in particular the development of subjectivity regarding the identification of base points. (pdf)
Professor Taisaku IkeshimaDo recent developments in maritime delimitation have any implication for territorial and maritime boundary disputes in East Asia? (pdf)
Loretta MalintoppiDisputes over sovereignty of islands – recent case law. (pdf)
Hon. Davis R. RobinsonProof of Sovereignty and the Role of Archives. (pdf)
Professor Clive SchofieldUncertainties over the Starting Line? Challenges in the Definition of Territorial Sea Baselines. (pdf)
Professor Nico SchrijverDe dominio maris. It all starts with the land. (pdf)
Samuel Wordsworth QCThe treatment of islands in the ICJ’s decision in Nicaragua/Colombia. (pdf)
Professor Keyuan ZouChina and Maritime Boundary Issues in the South China Sea. (pdf)