miércoles, octubre 20, 2021

Archivo de Etiquetas: Greenland

Brexit and International Law

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Brexit and International Law In earlier posts (here and here) there was a discussion about the different scenarios that might play out following the UK’s vote to exit the European Union. These and other debates have focused largely on the legal implications for the UK and the European Union and …

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Canada and Denmark reach agreement on the Lincoln Sea Boundary

Canada and Denmark reach agreement on the Lincoln Sea Boundary Jacques Hartmann is Lecturer in Law, Dundee Law School, Scotland. This graphic is for illustrative purposes only. The solid black line is the boundary agreed in the 1973 treaty. The broken black line is the boundary agreed ad referendum. The …

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Canada-Denmark, Agreement for Co-operation Relating to the Marine Environment

The Government of the Kingdom of Denmark and the Government of Canada, Conscious of the economic and social importance of the marine environment of the waters lying between Canada and Greenland and of its living resources, Conscious of their responsibility to protect and enhance this unique marine environment for the …

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Greenland takes another step toward independence

Greenland takes another step toward independence Final results of yesterday’s referendum in Greenland show that 75.54 per cent of voters voted for home rule and greater autonomy, whereas 23.57 per cent voted against. This result paves the way for Greenland’s eventual independence from Denmark and reaffirms its sovereign rights to manage …

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