Border Conflicts

Border Conflicts

 

conflicts between contiguous states that develop into open clashes on the state border and violation of that border. According to present international law, all border conflicts must be resolved by peaceful means.

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There cannot be border conflicts like the one between member-states Slovenia and Croatia, in the EU in the future, Hahn said.
READ:Private surveyors hired to help solve border conflicts in Maguindanao"This program aims to settle quarrels due to boundaries of farms, misunderstandings over names of land owners on land titles, inheritance claims and about occupants tilling specific areas since birth but do not have land titles," Kedtag said.
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Iran enjoys highly good relations with the three countries of Pakistan, Afghanistan and India and therefore, it can play an effective role in terminating their border conflicts," Qani underlined.
Such behavior and unresolved border conflicts presently make the West less likely to offer membership in, for example, NATO or the European Union.
We will compare and contrast our ancient frontier with modern border conflicts, from the viewpoint of historians, politicians, academics, medics, filmmakers and artists.
The conference is inspired by the Living Wall display in the Roman Frontier Gallery at Tullie House which brings history up to date using audio visual displays to illustrate modern border conflicts.
Border conflicts, ethnic fighting and disputes over oil have threatened the fragile peace.
Some disputes led to war, such as China's border conflicts with India in 1962 and Vietnam in 1979," it said adding that, "a contested border with the former Soviet Union during the 1960s even raised the possibility of nuclear war.
Oil sharing, border conflicts and ethnic turmoil are among the issues threatening a peace deal that secured South Sudan's independence from Sudan in 2011
Boulware shows how border conflicts, especially the Seven Years' War and the American Revolution, caused a broader national awareness to form among Cherokee groups, laying a foundation for the emergence of the Cherokee Nation.
Ethiopia and Eritrea have had disastrous border conflicts that have grossly devastated the economy in both countries.

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