International Maritime Boundaries Online

The ultimate guide to international maritime boundaries provides update-to-date, regionally-organized content. Complete with hyperlinked maps and keyword search functionality, features include:

- Systematic, expert analysis of all international maritime boundaries, joint development zones and unitization agreements worldwide;
- Comprehensive coverage of every modern maritime boundary treaty concluded from 1942 to present;
- Analysis of maritime boundaries established by decision of the International Court of Justice, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, and ad hoc tribunals;
- Detailed maps depicting individual boundaries in their geographic context;
- Annually updated, detailed, hyperlinked regional maps accompany reports examining the status of maritime boundary delimitation in eleven regions of the world;
- Expert essays on the development of maritime boundary theory and practice; and
- A hyperlinked country-by-country index for enhanced access to reports and treaties.

International Maritime Boundaries Online is an unmatched comprehensive reference for international state practice concerning maritime boundary delimitation, and is used and referenced widely by practitioners and scholars of international law.

International Maritime Boundaries is also available in print.

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Table of contents

Annual updates include report text, maps and relevant treaty texts.

The 2018 annual online update:
Report Number 1-1 (Add. 1): Exchange of Notes Constituting an Agreement to Amend the Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the United Kingdom of Denmark relating to the Delimitation of the Continental Shelf between Greenland and Canada Done at Ottawa on 17 December 1973
Report 1-4 (Add. 6): Maritime Boundary Agreement Between the United States of America and the Republic of Cuba
Report Number 2-34 (Add. 1): Maritime Delimitation in the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean
Report Number 3-8 (2): Agreement between the Republic of Costa Rica and the Republic of Ecuador on Maritime Delimitation
Report Number 4-18 (Add. 1): Dispute concerning Delimitation of the Maritime Boundary between Ghana and Cȏte d’Ivoire in the Atlantic Ocean
Report Number 6-20 (5): Treaty between Australia and the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste Establishing their Maritime Boundaries in the Timor Sea
Report Number 6-32: Agreement of Maritime Delimitation between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Arab Republic of Egypt
Report Number 8-20 (Add. 1): Maritime Boundary Arbitration between Croatia and Slovenia
Report Number 9-13 (4): Agreement relating to the exploitation of single geological structures extending across the dividing line on the continental shelf under the North Sea

The 2017 annual online update:
Report Number 1-2(2) Canada - France
Report Number 8-15(2) Cyprus - Egypt
Report Number 5-44 France - Kiribati
Report Number 6-31 Iran - Oman

The 2016 annual online update:
Report Number 1-4 (Add. 5) Cuba - United States
Report Number 8-2(2) France - Italy

The 2015 annual online update:
Report Number 1-4 (Add. 4) Cuba - United States
Report Number 4-17 Kenya - Somalia
Report Number 4-18 Ghana - Ivory Coast
Report Number 5-11(3) Indonesia - Singapore
Report Number 5-22 (Add. 1, Corr. 1) Niue - United States (American Samoa)
Report Number 5-41 Indonesia - Philippines
Report Number 5-42 Federated States of Micronesia - United States (Guam)
Report Number 5-43 Cook Islands - New Zealand (Tokelau)
Report Number 9-3(6) France - United Kingdom
Report Number 9-13(3) Netherlands - United Kingdom
Report Number 9-15(6) Norway - United Kingdom
Report Number 9-17(3) Belgium - United Kingdom
Report Number 9-23(2) Denmark (Faroe Islands) - United Kingdom

The 2014 annual online update:
Report Number 1-5(3) Mexico - United States
Report Number 2-25(2) Colombia - Nicaragua
Report Number 2-34 Costa Rica - Nicaragua
Report Number 3-5(2) Chile - Peru
Report Number 4-5(2) Kenya - Tanzania
Report Number 5-25(Add. 1) China - Vietnam
Report Number 5-40 Kiribati - United States
Report Number 6-23(Add. 1) Bangladesh - India
Report Number 9-22(2) Denmark (Greenland) - Iceland

The 2013 annual online update:
Report Number 2-13 (4) Trinidad and Tobago - Venezuela
Report Number 2-25 (Add. 2) Colombia - Nicaragua
Report Number 2-32 Bahamas - Cuba
Report Number 2 - 33 Cuba - Honduras
Report Number 3 - 7 (Add. 1) Colombia - Ecuador
Report Number 3 - 9 (Add. 1) Ecuador - Peru
Report Number 4 - 7 (2) Mozambique - Tanzania
Report Number 5 - 32 Cook Islands - Kiribati
Report Number 5 - 33 Cook Islands - Niue
Report Number 5 - 34 Kiribati - Marshall Islands
Report Number 5 - 35 Kiribati - Nauru
Report Number 5 - 36 Kiribati - New Zealand (Tokelau)
Report Number 5 - 37 Kiribati - Tuvalu
Report Number 5 - 38 Marshall Islands - Nauru
Report Number 5 - 39 Kiribati - Marshall Islands - Nauru
Report Number 6 - 26 Comoros - Mozambique
Report Number 6 - 27 Comoros - Mozambique - Tanzania
Report Number 6 - 28 Comoros - Seychelles
Report Number 6 - 29 Comoros - Seychelles - Tanzania
Report Number 6 - 30 Comoros - Tanzania
Report Number 7 - 14 (2) Qatar - Saudi Arabia
Report Number 9 - 4 (Add. 1) Iceland - Norway (Jan Mayen)
Report Number 9 - 4 (3) Iceland - Norway (Jan Mayen)
Report Number 9 - 5 (3) Ireland - United Kingdom

The 2012 annual online update:
Report Number 1-4 (Add. 3) Cuba - United States (2010-13)
Report Number 2-31 Grenada - Trinidad and Tobago
Report Number 5-11 (2) Indonesia - Singapore (2009)
Report Number 6-24 (Add. 1) Bangladesh - Myanmar
Report Number 8-22 Cyprus - Israel
Report Number 8-23 Saudia Arabia - Jordan
Report Number 9-6 (3) Norway - Russian Federation (2010)