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Challenges to the Territorial Integrity of Guyana: A Legal Analysis

By Thomas W. Donovan
Topics: Guyana, Essequibo, New River Triangle, Maritime Zone, Venezuela, Suriname, terra nullius, uti possidetis, 1899 Paris Arbitration Award, Courantyne River, Port-of-Spain Protocol, United Nations Law of the Sea Treaty, state succession, international arbitration, adverse possession, maritime delineation, colonialism, animus domini, animus corpus, boundary treaty, necessary law of nations, uti possidetis juris, uti possidetis de facto, excessive power of the tribunal, corruption of a tribunal, departure from rules of practice, recognition, acquiescence, estoppel, prescription, river demarcation, Admiralty, Comparative and Foreign Law, Conflict of Laws, Dispute Resolution and Arbitration, International Law, Jurisprudence, Law and Politics, Law of the Sea, Natural Resources Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:gjicl-1208
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