Court of The Hague gives ruling in support to Ecuador´s demand against Chevron

The International Court of The Hague issued this Thursday, March 12 an interim award in which it recognizes that the lawsuit against Chevron should recognize the individual rights of Ecuadorians. This ruling of the Court of The Hague was produced with a 2-1 split vote, which has...

Interim report on the flight MH17 will be presented by the Netherlands

The Security Council of the Netherlands will present this Tuesday a first interim report on the causes of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash, in which were 298 people died, including more than 200 Dutch, on July 17 in eastern Ukraine. The provisional report “will...

Argentina resorts to The Hague to sue the U.S. by speculative funds

The Government of Argentina presented yesterday at the International Court of Justice in The Hague a lawsuit against the United States for the collection of the relevant debt to hedge funds. Argentina argues that the U.S. has committed a “violation of its sovereign...

Russia will have to pay $ 50.000 million to shareholders of Yukos oil company

The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague ordered Russia to pay 50,000 million dollars of compensation to former shareholders of the Yukos oil company for having expropriated them, have announced this Monday their lawyers in London. The Court ruled on July 18 that Russia...

Bachelet ensures Bolivia that she “respects international treaties”

This was stated on last Monday by president of Chile Michelle Bachelet, referring to the lawsuit filed by Bolivia in the Court of The Hague that seeks to force Chile to negotiate sovereign access to the sea. “We respect international treaties , that’s a clear...

Evo Morales will present lawsuit against Chile at The Hague

On next Tuesday the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, will personally present the memory of his country’s demand against Chile before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, to request access to the sea. The report sets out Bolivia’s legal and...

Peru to the expectation of The Hague’s verdict on limits with Chile

Hours before the ruling that will determine if whether or not a new maritime boundary between Peru and Chile will exist, Peruvian President Ollanta Humala, has even invited political leaders to listen to such verdict in the Palacio de Gobierno. Following the ruling of The Hague,...

Peru and Chile resume relations despite the territorial conflict

After seven years, the governments of Chile and Peru in 2013, resumed, as a sign of confidence, new official bilateral meetings, and civil society as businessmen, media and church also generated meeting opportunities together. In this context, should be noted that the two...