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Borders of Malaysia: Kota Darul Ehsan, Madrid Protocol of 1885, Bernam River,

Books LLC

Published July 4th 2011
ISBN : 9781157231233
Paperback
22 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 61. Chapters: Brunei-Malaysia border, Indonesia-Malaysia border, Malaysia-Philippines border, Malaysia-SingaporeMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 61. Chapters: Brunei-Malaysia border, Indonesia-Malaysia border, Malaysia-Philippines border, Malaysia-Singapore border, Malaysia-Thailand border, Malaysia-Vietnam border, Territorial disputes of Malaysia, Spratly Islands, Strait of Malacca, Andaman Sea, Pedra Branca dispute, Spratly Islands dispute, Ambalat, Brunei Bay, Malaysia-Thailand joint development area, Limbang, Anglo-Dutch Treaty of 1824, Celebes Sea, Gulf of Thailand, Sipadan, Temburong District, Middle Rocks, Straits of Johor, Pulau Merambong, Ko Kra, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, Anglo-Siamese Treaty of 1909, Ko Losin, Ligitan, Sibutu Passage, Straits Settlement and Johore Territorial Waters Agreement of 1927, Kota Darul Ehsan, Madrid Protocol of 1885, Golok River, Bukit Pagon, Bernam River, Mount Rumput, Mount Lawit, Pandaruan River, Kolok River, Balabac Strait. Excerpt: The Pedra Branca dispute was a territorial dispute between Singapore and Malaysia over several islets at the eastern entrance to the Singapore Strait, namely Pedra Branca (previously called Pulau Batu Puteh and now Batu Puteh by Malaysia), Middle Rocks and South Ledge. The dispute began in 1979 and was largely resolved by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in 2008, which opined that Pedra Branca belonged to Singapore and Middle Rocks belonged to Malaysia. In early 1980, Singapore lodged a formal protest with Malaysia in response to a map published by Malaysia in 1979 claiming Pedra Branca. In 1989 Singapore proposed submitting the dispute to the ICJ. Malaysia agreed to this in 1994. In 1993, Singapore also claimed the nearby islets Middle Rocks and South Ledge. In 1998 the two countries agreed on the text of a Special Agreement that was needed to submit the dispute to the ICJ. The Special Agreement was signed in February 2003, and the ICJ formally notified of the Agreement in July that year. T...