ICJ allows New Zealand to intervene in whaling dispute

ICJ allows New Zealand to intervene in whaling dispute


The International Court of Justice (ICJ) announced on 13 February its decision authorising New Zealand to intervene in the proceedings of the legal dispute between Australia and Japan.

The case before the principal judicial organ of the United Nations deals with a wrangle between Australia and Japan, and more specifically with Japan’s continued pursuit of a large-scale program of whaling under the second  phase of its Japanese Whale Research Program under Special Permit in the ...


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