The latest border protection move from the UK government could breach international law.
Nothing suggests that HMS Defender’s passage was anything but continuous and expeditious. But the UK should avoid relying on Ukrainian “permission” as a justification.
Beijing’s view of the rule of law is very different to what most of the rest of the world understands.
An international maritime lawyer explains whether Iran broke the law of the sea by detaining the Stena Impero.
China claims ownership of almost all of the South China Sea and refuses to abide by a recent ruling calling that hogwash. Why does China want to control the sea so badly?
A UN committee has agreed with the science underpinning Falklands boundary claims, but without solving the sovereignty issue the dispute is no closer to a solution.
The next cancer breakthrough could be found in international waters – but who’s in charge of the high seas?