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A Maritime Doughnut Hole in the Caribbean Sea: The International Court of Justice Establishes Maritime Boundary between Nicaragua and Colombia

On November 19, 2012, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) unanimously resolved a multi-year maritime boundary dispute between Nicaragua and Colombia, establishing a single maritime boundary between the two States and elaborating on the jurisprudence relating to maritime boundary disputes. The Court’s decision was complicated by the issue of sovereignty over certain islands located about 100 to… Full Story