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North and South Sudan agree to arbitration

Premium article - 16 June 2008

Power-sharing leaders in north and south Sudan want international arbitrators to solve a bitter dispute over the borders of a contested oil-rich zone, after fighting in the region sparked fears of a reignited civil war.

Slovenia and Croatia discuss arbitration

Premium article - 09 May 2008

Slovenia and Croatia have met to decide which international arbitration institute should decide a territorial dispute over the Gulf of Piran that has caused friction between the two nations for more than a decade.

Peru disputes Chilean border at ICJ

Premium article - 08 February 2008

Peru has started proceedings at the International Court of Justice in The Hague over a maritime border dispute with Chile.

Heavyweights battle over Caribbean maritime rights

Premium article - 12 May 2006

A maritime boundary dispute boasting several stars of the arbitration universe has been resolved in the Hague.