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Authors: Paul Huth and Sunwoong Kim

I Introduction Japan and South Korea have been locked in a territorial dispute ( td ) over the islands of Dokdo/Takeshima since the end of World War ii ( wwii ). Both countries claim sovereignty over the small and largely barren islands which are situated more than 200 km off the coasts

In: The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law
Author: Suk Kyoon Kim

i Introduction Out of various maritime disputes in Northeast Asia, the most prominent aspect might be conflicting claims to disputed islands. This is because territorial disputes are directly linked to the sovereignty of disputants, which is not negotiable. Disputes over small islands have been a

In: Maritime Disputes in Northeast Asia
Author: Malcolm N. Shaw

paragraph 57 in volume 1, chapter 4, The Post-Adjudication Phase previous paragraph Shortly after the judgment in the Territorial Dispute (Libya/Chad) case, delivered on 3 February 1994, awarding the Aouzou Strip to Chad, on 4 April the parties concluded an agreement ‘concerning the practical

Author: Hyon Joo Yoo

territorial disputes between Japan and Russia. The Japanese side perceived it as South Korea’s support of the Russian claim since their visas were issued by the Russian Federation. Three members of the Committee argued that by using their travel to the Kurils, they wanted Japan to walk in South Korea’s shoes

In: The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law

⇐ PreviousBrowse ⇑Next ⇒ Entry G.P.Burton, Chiron 30 (2000) 195-215, discusses the resolution of territorial disputes in provinces of the Roman Empire (late 1st cent. B.C. . .- early 3rd cent. A.D.). Topics are the general caracteristics and causes of territorial disputes, procedures adopted for

In: Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Online
Author: Enrico Milano

The Law and Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 3 : 509–541, 2004 © 2004 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands TERRITORIAL DISPUTES, WRONGFUL OCCUPATIONS AND STATE RESPONSIBILITY: SHOULD THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE GO THE EXTRA MILE? E NRICO M ILANO ∗ I. I NTRODUCTION

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
Author: Timo Kivimäki

‘Reason’ and ‘Power’ in Territorial Disputes: The South China Sea Timo Kivimäki Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Copenhagen, Denmark Introduction 1 When claiming territories in the South China Sea (SCS), or negotiating over them, there is seldom a higher normative code to refer to in areas of

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
Author: Natasha Kuhrt

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/156853111X565913 Asian Journal of Social Science 39 (2011) 259–266 brill.nl/ajss Book Reviews Brad Williams (2007) Resolving the Russo-Japanese Territorial Dispute: Hokkaido-Sakhalin relations . Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies Series

In: Asian Journal of Social Science

Settlement of territorial disputes, unless one side is able to impose its own terms through force, requires the disputing states to make some form of concessions to one another (Beardsley & Lo 2014). Often times, these settlements require one party to offer asymmetrical concessions as a means to

In: International Negotiation

dispute resolution, and even fewer successful resolutions through mediation. Although previous studies have argued that territorial disputes in particular are appealing to third party mediators (Wilkenfeld, Young, Asal & Quinn 2003 ) and more likely to lead to success due to the tangible nature of

In: International Negotiation