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Revista chilena de derecho

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LOPEZ ESCARCENA, Sebastián. THE CASE ON THE OBLIGATION TO NEGOTIATE AN ACCESS TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN: CASE-NOTE ON THE JUDGMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE, DATED 1 OCTOBER 2018. Rev. chil. derecho [online]. 2020, vol.47, n.3, pp.925-951. ISSN 0718-3437.  http://dx.doi.org/10.7764/r.473.17.

The judgment on the merits of the case on the obligation to negotiate an access to the Pacific Ocean put an end to a judicial adventure that Bolivia started five years before against Chile. It not only resumes more than a century and a half of diplomatic exchanges between both states, but also analyses them from the perspective of international law. Little is new in this judgment with respect to treaties, unilateral acts and reciprocal behaviour of states. More interesting is the reiteration made by the tribunal of the obligations of means and of result, on one side, and of tacit agreements, on the other. This decision, however, marks a turning point in the Bolivian-Chilean relations, and constitutes a veritable tour de force of its legal evaluation.

Palabras clave : International Court of Justice; obligation to negotiate; treaties; unilateral acts; reciprocal behaviour..

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