icj case review

world, flags, nations-2747353.jpg

Antarctica United Kingdom v. Argentina: An exciting Case on Jurisdiction

The case of Antarctica (United Kingdom v. Argentina), filed with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in 1955, holds a unique position in the court’s history. While it technically holds the title of a case, it never reached the stage of arguments or a ruling. This article delves into the background, context, and reasons behind this unusual situation.

Antarctica United Kingdom v. Argentina: An exciting Case on Jurisdiction Read More »

Case Review, Customery International Law, ICJ Cases Review, Laws Blog, Suplementary
art, borders, boy-2026066.jpg

The Corfu Channel Case: An exciting Landmark Ruling in International Law

The Corfu Channel Case (United Kingdom v. Albania), decided by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in 1949, stands as a landmark judgment in the realms of both international law of the sea and state responsibility. This article explores the complex factual backdrop, legal issues at play, and the Court’s significant pronouncements.

The Corfu Channel Case: An exciting Landmark Ruling in International Law Read More »

Case Review, ICJ Cases Review, Laws Blog, Suplementary
Scroll to Top