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The primary purpose of this article is to propose general conditions for establishing a nuclear weapon-free zone (NWFZ) in the Korean Peninsula from the viewpoint of international law. North Korea's nuclear weapons development has created the most negative environment for the peace and security...
Article 121(3) of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea states that “Rocks which cannot sustain human habitation or economic life of their own shall have no exclusive economic zone or continental shelf.” If any of the geographical features situated in the Pacific Ocean are...
Southeast Asia is a region rooted in cultural, ethnic, geographic and developmental diversity but generally viewed as a united bloc. Under the steady expansion of globalization and the drastic competition from neighbouring regions, regionalization in Southeast Asia is confronting new challenges...
The 1951 San Francisco Peace Treaty ending World War II in the Pacific does not include any language regarding sovereignty over Dokdo, the islets situated in the East Sea/Sea of Japan between Korea and Japan. Earlier drafts had addressed this issue, but language on Dokdo was omitted because of...
This paper gives an overview of the activities of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea in 2009. It provides information on the 19th Meeting of States Parties (2009), organizational developments, the jurisdiction of the Tribunal and cases before it.
At international conferences, whether quorum is relevant to a decision-making process of consensus is a very practical question that always confuses diplomats and legal advisors. There is no definitive answer yet available. Different views and practices do exist. This article, by clarifying the...
This article argues that compared with adjudicative immunity, which has developed to be restrictive instead of absolute, the enforcement immunity of foreign States still tends to be interpreted as it has long been interpreted in States practice. By discussing domestic legislations, the court...
This note first summarizes the Kosovo Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice of 22 July 2010 and then makes observations regarding several issues involved in the proceedings: the reformulation of the question presented by the United Nations General Assembly, the interpretation of...
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