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A lawyer and a key witness in an inter-state arbitration between East Timor and Australia have had their premises raided by the Australian security services on the eve of a procedural hearing.
Premium article - November 26, 2013
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, or ITLOS, has ordered Russia to release 30 activists that were detained two months ago in an environmental protest against Arctic oil drilling.
Premium article - October 25, 2013
Russia has announced it will boycott UNCLOS arbitral proceedings brought by the Netherlands over the arrest and detention of Greenpeace activists protesting against Arctic drilling in its territorial waters.
Premium article - September 30, 2013
Argentina has settled a year-long dispute with Ghana over the impounding of an Argentine naval frigate in a Ghanaian port.
Premium article - September 02, 2013
A UN maritime court has begun hearing oral arguments by Panama concerning the 14-month detention of one of its oil tankers by the west African state of Guinea-Bissau.
Premium article - August 21, 2013
The Faroe Islands has nominated Francisco Orrego Vicuña of Chile to hear its arbitration claim against the European Union over sanctions imposed in response to increased fishing quotas, a dispute that has been dubbed "the herring war."
Premium article - August 02, 2013
A tribunal in The Hague is getting ready to hear a claim over the detention of an Argentine naval frigate in Ghana last year at the behest of a US creditor.
Premium article - June 07, 2013
Delivering this year's Lalive lecture, French international law professor and arbitrator Alain Pellet considered the impact of the case law of the International Court of Justice on ICSID tribunals. Guillaume Tattevin, associate at Lalive in Geneva, reports
Premium article - February 21, 2013
China says it will not participate in an arbitration brought by the Philippines over disputed territory in the South China Sea.
Premium article - February 19, 2013
India's plan to divert water from a river in Kashmir to a hydroelectric plant does not breach a water-sharing treaty with Pakistan, but the project will be subject to operational constraints, a tribunal in The Hague has ruled.