PIL COLUMN: ICJ rules in Hindu temple dispute

Monday, 9 December 2013 (over 2 years ago)

The International Court of Justice recently ruled on the interpretation of its 1962 judgment in a boundary dispute between Cambodia and Thailand over a 900 year-old Hindu temple. Partner Will Thomas and associate Naomi Briercliffe of Eversheds, which acted as co-counsel to Cambodia in the case, report

The Preah Vihear temple

The Preah Vihear temple

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