The BIICL (British Institute for International and Comparative Law) has published a report titled ‘The Use of Force in relation to Sovereignty Disputes over Land Territory’. The document has been released as part of a project that was recently completed by the BIICL on the legal significance of certain acts involving the use of force in relation to territorial disputes.
The report offers a detailed analysis of the rules regulating the threat or use of force between States in international law and examines how these rules operate with regards to territory. The report examines a selection of territorial disputes to clarify the legal obligations that bind States involved in such disputes and the consequences for parties that violate them.
To learn more about the report click below:
And click the following link to read the report itself:
Image source: www.biicl.org
Text source: www.biicl.org – 5th July 2018
Tagged as: 'The Use of Force in relation to Sovereignty Disputes over Land Territory’, ARC, ARC Project, BIICL, British Institute for International and Comparative Law, international law, International Law News, international news, law, law news, news, report, territorial disputes, territory