1 On 17 September 2007 an arbitral tribunal constituted under Article 287 and Annex II of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea resolved a maritime boundary dispute between the Republics of Guyana and Suriname. The award (Guyana v Suriname [Award]) provided for a single maritime boundary delimitation of the territorial sea, continental shelf, and the exclusive economic zone. The award also dealt with alleged breaches of the UN Charter and international law. The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) served as registry.2 Guyana and Suriname are adjacent States...
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