Who Will Win the Maritime Dispute Case Between Kenya, Somalia?

In a case before the International Court of Justice, Somalia argues that the maritime boundary should be an extension of the land border running south-east into the ocean while Kenya favours the parallel line to the latitude from its territorial border with Somalia. The two interpretations of the maritime boundary created a triangular area of approximately 100,000 square kilometres, which is currently in dispute, writes Chris Orwa for The Nation.

A meeting between Kenya and Somalia delegations that was held in Nairobi (file photo).

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