Tag: International Court of Justice

  • ICJ Postpones Kenya-Somalia Maritime Border Case

    October 18: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has postponed the maritime border case between Somalia and Kenya to June 2020. The Hague-based court has agreed to Kenya’s request for […]

  • Somalia Rejects AU Invitation on Maritime Dispute With Kenya, Trusting In ICJ

    August 24: Somalia has rejected the Commission of the African Union invitation to a briefing on the maritime row with Kenya. Instead, it has expressed confidence in the International Court […]

  • Kenya, Somali border case

    Boundaries may be key to energy security. Kenya challenges Somalia’s case on Indian Ocean boundary By Koome Kimonye Kenya has objected the validity of a case filed by Somalia at […]

  • Bolivia takes sea dispute to court

    Landlocked Bolivia has filed a lawsuit against neighboring Chile at the International Court of Justice in The Hague to reclaim it’s access to the Pacific Ocean coastline. Bolivia takes Chile sea dispute […]

  • Peru and Chile: a very fishy spat

    It’s all about patriotism. Well, and a bit of fishing. On Monday, Peru and Chile started their oral arguments before the International Court of Justice in The Hague concerning a […]

  • Colombia Loses Territorial Waters

    The maritime border between Colombia and Nicaragua was changed on Monday, and defined for good, following a highly anticipated ruling from the International Court of Justice in The Hague. The […]

  • Maritime Dispute

    The International Court of Justice could issue a ruling on the maritime delimitation question between Peru and Chile by the first half of 2013. Peru confident over maritime dispute with […]