The Grisbådarna Case, Norway v Sweden, Award, (1909) XI RIAA 155, (1910) XVII RGDIP 177, ICGJ 404 (PCA 1909), 23rd October 1909, Ad Hoc - Geneva
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 4303 words.
How the maritime boundary between Norway and Sweden, in so far as it was not settled by a Royal Resolution of 15 March 1904, was to be determined.
in ICES Journal of Marine Science
November 2014; p ublished online June 2014 .
Journal Article. Subjects: Environmental Science; Marine and Estuarine Biology. 5850 words.
Ideally, networks of marine protected areas should be designed with consideration for future changes. We examine how this could be tackled using the example of cold-water coral reefs which...
in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science
P ublished online April 2017 .
Article. Subjects: Communication Studies. 7477 words.
Climate change communication in Japan is characterized by governmental campaigns for carbon dioxide emission reduction and mass media coverage of international events on climate change...
Maritime Delimitation and Territorial Questions between Qatar and Bahrain, Qatar v Bahrain, Judgment, Merits,  ICJ Rep 40, ICGJ 83 (ICJ 2001), 16th March 2001, International Court of Justice [ICJ]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 186420 words.
How to delimit the maritime boundary between Qatar and Bahrain and which state had sovereignty over the Hawar islands and other border areas, taking into consideration the historical...
Request for an Examination of the Situation in Accordance with Paragraph 63 of the Court's Judgment of 20 December 1974 in the Nuclear Tests (New Zealand v France) case, Order,  ICJ Rep 288, ICGJ 58 (ICJ 1995), 22nd September 1995, International Court of Justice [ICJ]
Legal Material. Subjects: Settlement of Disputes; Public International Law; International Law; Law. 56301 words.
Whether to grant New Zealand's request for an examination of the Court's previous judgment, considering that the request may not fall within the courses of procedure that the Court intended...