Somalia and Kenya, all at sea at the ICJ
By Sergii Fedko
Somalia has filed a case against Kenya at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to resolve a dispute over their maritime boundaries. The issue is important because of potentially lucrative oil and gas reserves in the Indian Ocean. Somalia argues that the sea border should follow of the land border, to the southeast. Kenya wants the maritime border to go in a straight line east, which would give it more territory. Click here for more background information about the case.
Sergii Fedko is a Ukranian cartoonist who works for the Cartoon Movement.
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