THE SETTLEMENT OF TERRITORIAL DISPUTES AMONG COUNTRIES IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND OTHER ASPECTS
International law is a set of international rules originated from agreements or conventions among countries that is justified as a legal norm to maintain secure relationships, friendships, and sovereignty respect among states. Adversely, acquisition of territory by disputes remains an unsolved matter in international relations until this recent era. Consequently, the theme of research required an international law`s perspective on settlement of territorial disputes which is the biggest matter that generates an international relationships convulsion among states in the past and even in this recent world as well. The authors hereby divided the discussion on this research into two big parts: first, different methods of disputes resolutions in the view of International law, which subdivided into two small parts a) legal binding resolution and b) Non-legal binding resolution, and second, the trends of international law and capability of international organization on settlement of disputes recently, divided into different parts a) Choice of methods, b) Partiality and favoritism in adjudication of decision-making and c) Deficiency of UN`s organs. At the end, the conclusion presented areform plan towards an effective solution on resolution of territorial disputes. Further, this paper compiled UN views through different cases and legal comparisons towards a new perspective on how to settle territorial disputes efficiently and challenges of international law. Thus, this research is intended to be published as an accurate perspective on settlement of territorial disputes across the world, especially to
countries which need it.