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Tag: The Hague's Permanent Court of Arbitration

  • Tuesday, January 14th 2014 - 00:54 UTC

    Chile, Peru prepare as Hague Court sets to resolve territorial dispute

    President Piñera met with former presidents to transmit unity

    With the decision over ongoing maritime dispute between Chile and Peru just weeks away, government officials on both sides insist relations between them are strong. On Jan. 27 Peru and Chile are set to find out who has legal ownership over 14,500 square miles of fishing waters off their borders, putting an end to a centuries-long dispute and ending a five year international court case.

  • Tuesday, February 26th 2013 - 10:13 UTC

    Ecuador/Chevron dispute enters a new chapter: Correa calls for Latam support

    Correa blasted the ‘scandalous attitude of the international tribunal” which ordered him to suspend the ruling of an Ecuadorean court

    President Rafael Correa said he expects the regional groupings Alba and Unasur to meet urgently and address the “legal aberration” committed by a UN trade law arbitrage tribunal against Ecuador in a case involving US multinational Chevron and decades of environmental damages.