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law of the sea

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The East China Sea territorial dispute. Senkaku, Diaoyu, or Tiaoyutai Islands?

Japan, China, and Taiwan all lay claim to a group of barren islands and rocks in the East China Sea (ECS). They see strategic and economic advantages in claiming sovereignty over them. Chinese and Taiwanese trawlers and other boats regularly approach the islands, which are under Japan’s control. Taiwan recently tried to alleviate tensions by … Continue reading

“Erika” : condamnation “totale!” de Total

La Cour de cassation française a confirmé, 25 septembre, toutes les condamnations prononcées dans l’affaire du naufrage de l’Erika, il y a près de treize ans. La chambre criminelle de la Cour a confirmé la compétence de la Cour d’appel de Paris pour juger ce cas. Elle va même plus loin en estimant que Total est … Continue reading

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