Colombia and Maritime Security: International Law of the Seas

Colombia has a long coastline and a vast maritime territory, making maritime security a priority for the country. Maritime security can be improved by adhering to international law of the seas, and co-operating with external organizations to strengthen its security. This article will discuss Colombia’s maritime security, the international law of the seas, the maritime security challenges that the country faces, the role of international law, co-operation and external assistance, and measures to strengthen maritime security.

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Navigating Nicaragua’s Maritime Issues Under International Law

Nicaragua is a country with a diverse variety of maritime issues that must be addressed in accordance with international law. Nicaragua has had to navigate a number of maritime boundaries, disputes, and rights in order to ensure that its maritime interests are properly protected and respected. This article looks at how Nicaragua has navigated these issues under international law, and how international solutions can help to resolve the country’s maritime issues.

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Presence of Third States as a RELEVANT CIRCUMSTANCES in delimitation process in law of the sea and customary international law

Presence of Third States as a RELEVANT CIRCUMSTANCES in delimitation process in law of the sea and customary international law, Nicaragua/Colombia case, Presence of Third States, principal relevant circumstances in the law of maritime delimitation

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The meaning and rule of ISLANDS baseline and its difference with rocks and reefs on the law of the sea and LOSC

The definition of an island is provided in Article 121(1) of the LOSC:
An island is a naturally-formed area of land, surrounded by water, which is above water at high tide. This provision, which follows Article 10(1) of the TSC, contains four criteria that call for comment.. the meaning and role of ISLANDS baseline situation and its difference with rocks and reefs on the on the law of the sea and LOSC, Article 121 of the LOSC, Article 121(2) of the LOSC, baseline, continental shelf, Definition of an Island, EEZ, Greenland/Jan Mayen case, Hvalrossbukta, ISLANDS, Jan Mayen, Judges Bedjaoui, low water line, Nicaragua/Colombia case, Okinotorishima, Qatar/Bahrain case, Qit’at Jaradah, reefs, rocks, South China Sea Arbitration, UNCLOS I, UNCLOS III, Walrus Bay

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