Due to their potential for erupting into large-scale, long-term violence, international boundary disputes are among the most important international conflicts to resolve peacefully and legally. But international law, with its lack of centralized enforcement mechanisms, is plagued with problems (both theoretical and real) of noncompliance.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Brilmayer, Lea, "INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY DISPUTES IN THE 21st CENTURY: VICTIMS, VILLAINS, AND THIRD STATE RESPONSIBILITY" (2015). Faculty Scholarship Series. 5310.