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Natalie Klein

choice, what are the justifications and what are the consequences? The arbitration relating to the South China Sea prompts these sorts of questions when contemplating the role of dispute settlement in the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea ( losc or Convention). 2 This article examines how

Robin Churchill

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/157180810X525395 The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law 25 (2010) 457–482 brill.nl/estu THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARINE AND COASTAL LAW Dispute Settlement under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea: Survey for 2009 Robin

Walter Woon

for the peaceful settlement of disputes. Troubles within the ASEAN family were settled by diplomacy or quietly allowed to fade into the background. 4 It was only in 1976 that a dispute settlement mechanism was established. Two major results of the First ASEAN Summit held in Bali that year were the

Robin Churchill

Introduction This is the latest in a series of annual surveys reviewing dispute settlement in the law of the sea that have appeared in this Journal over the past decade or so. Its structure is similar to that of previous surveys. The survey begins by looking at dispute settlement under the

Cees Verburg

in investment arbitration. Rather, he advances the thesis that when decisions taken diverge from previous decisions; these ought to contain reasons setting forth the relevant considerations while at the same time ensuring a certain level of predictability in ECT investor-State dispute settlement

Iwao Fujisawa

how China and Japan reacted to the idea of a conference of the Great Powers implied in the so-called Triple Intervention and to the idea of compulsory arbitration. II. Methods of Dispute Settlement at the Turn of the Century It is necessary first to take a brief look at the state of development

Robin Churchill

Introduction This is the latest in a series of annual surveys in this Journal reviewing dispute settlement in the law of the sea. It covers developments in 2017 and follows the structure of previous surveys. It therefore begins by looking at dispute settlement under the UN Convention on the

Robin Churchill

Introduction The previous instalment in this Journal’s annual surveys of dispute settlement in the law of the sea covered developments at the itlos in 2015. This instalment deals with developments at the itlos in 2016 and at all other international courts and tribunals for both 2015 and

Robin Churchill

Introduction At the beginning of 2015 proceedings in thirteen law of the sea cases were ongoing before international courts and tribunals: six (including one request for an advisory opinion) under the dispute settlement machinery of the un Convention on the Law of the Sea ( losc ) 1 and

Robin Churchill

Introduction The most significant developments relating to dispute settlement in the law of the sea during 2012 were the judgments in two maritime boundary delimitation cases—that of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) in the Bangladesh/Myanmar case and that of the