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Some Aspects Of The Law Of The Sea: Islands, Delimitation, And Dispute Settlement Revisited

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It was a great honour and privilege to have the good friend of long standing in the UN Sixth Committee, in the Washington and Vienna Diplomatic Corps and, more relevantly, in the Law of the Sea Conference -Ambassador Helmut Tuerk, a Judge of the Hamburg Law of the Sea Tribunal. There was no doubt that he would expound fully on the role and contribution of ITLOS to the development of International Law, including the two very recent cases between Japan and the Russian Federation (the Hochinmaru and the Tomimaru). The present ITLOS, is a relatively young institution of some twelve years, has a great potential even if it has not yet been fully developed. Hearing from Judge Tuerk and the other participants about ITLOS's contribution, actual and prospective, in the discharge of its mandate for the development of the Law of the Sea is being looked forward.

Keywords:Helmut Tuerk; International Law; International Tribunal; ITLOS; Law of the Sea



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