LCILP’s Analysis of the Maritime Demarcation Agreement between Egypt and Saudi Arabia Quoted by the US Library of Congress’ Global Legal Monitor
On 23 June 2016, the Global Legal Monitor of the US Library of Congress, discussing the recent annulment by the Egyptian Administrative Court of the maritime agreement reached between Saudi Arabia and Egypt, quoted the analysis by LCILP’s Pierre-Emmanuel Dupont & Brian McGarry, The Egypt-Saudi Arabia Agreement on Tiran and Sanafir: Law of the Sea and Security Issues (CILMB Brief, April 2016).
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