hi welcome to my channel and please don’t forget to like comment and subscribe today I’ll bring a topic about dispute settlement in the law of the sea the extended continental shelf in Bay of Bengal and the clcs some preliminary observation on the basis of the case Bangladesh or Myanmar before the international Tribunal for the law of the sea on the basis of the Marathi boundary dispute between Bangladesh and Myanmar in the Bay of Bengal the scope of this article is to briefly describe the relative procedures provided by the United Nations convention on the law of the sea part 15. and to analyze an important part of this dispute concerning the delimitation of an outer continental shelf following this it is reasoning a special reverence is met to the commissions on the limits of the continental shelf to which a Myanmar submitted all information and data for its continental shelf Beyond 200 nautical miles in the Bay of Bengal a variety of international courts and tribunals are now available to address a wide range of a international disputes one such court is the itlos in Hamburg Germany this specialized tribunal was created by the unclos and is a part of its compulsory third party dispute this settlement system the itos and the conventions are their dispute by settlement mechanisms have only recently become a available because of the fact that the convention entered into force in November 1994. the creation of itlos was controversial many people worried that the itlos might contribute to Divergent jurisprudence also having in mind that the international Court of the Justice or ICT and other law of the sea dispute settlement for a half considerable and also experiences in deciding law of the sea cases proponents of the itlos argue that the quick and efficient Justice provided along with judges with love of the sea expertise make the creation of the itlos word file in addition they accentuate that the itos can handle cases involving States but also International organizations individuals and corporations the itlos primarily responsibility to interpret and apply the 1980 to unclos however the issues it might address and the role it might fulfill very the law of the sea compromises rules covering a wide range of issues such as zones of coastal State jurisdiction navigation marketing boundary and also delimitation visaries and marine environment Marine’s scientific research and Mining of the continental shelf and the Deep seabed some of these rules are odd some were created during the negotiations of the USC Ros and some have been developed later the oceans love regimes are not isolated but are linked to the law of the sea as a convention to various International institutions and I’m sorry N2 international law norms and compliance mechanism the 1982 unclos contains wide-ranging provisions on dispute settlement any state party to the convention or under certain circumstances another entity may have resources I mean recourse to an international Tribunal to obtain a legally binding decisions concerning a dispute related to the interpretation or applications of the convention or certain other International agreements though the confessions contemplated that some disputes may be taken before a previously existing bodies it also provides for a new third-party tribunals such as the itlos the jurisdiction of any interpre national Court of tripunal offer a dispute rest eventually on the consent of the parties involved acceptance of the conventions expresses that consent for State parties why would States mutually consent to the jurisdiction of an international court or tribunal before a dispute Rose in order to respond to these questions we have to understand the negotiate negotiating context of the conventions dispute settlement provisions the confession was negotiated during a time of considerable and also confusing confusion in Ocean related disputed the capacity to harvest non-living and also living resources was increased by the technological and also developments consequently more marketing boundaries were disputes arose some developing States tried to assert sovereignty over broad coastal zones Maritime powers on the other hand were sought to safeguard Passage through streets and other navigational freedoms in addition there was a disagreement as how to address other issues such as the Marine Environmental Marine scientific research and of course the regime for the mining of the seabed Beyond national jurisdiction negotiation leading to the United Nations convention on the law of the sea and also involved more than 150 States and lasted for nine years many negotiators thought that the compulsory dispute settlement mechanisms could strengthen the compromises embodied in the law of the sea also convention some developing States lived there including third party dispute settlement provisions and also both counter balance political and economic pressure from Power States so thank you for watching and don’t 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