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The Estonian-Russian Territorial Sea Boundary Delimitation in the Gulf of Finland

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In 2014, Estonia and the Russian Federation signed their land and maritime boundary agreements that are currently awaiting ratification. This study reconstructs the maritime boundary delimitation between the two States. In particular, the role of islands and pre-existing agreements for the delimitation of the territorial sea boundary in the south-eastern part of the Gulf of Finland are critically examined. It is established that the agreed maritime boundary line is a median line which was influenced by the use of the special circumstances method in the delimitation process.

Affiliations: 1: University of Tartu TartuEstonia

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2017-09-18
2017-11-20

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