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      Las competencias geopolíticas de Nicaragua, Honduras, Colombia y Costa Rica por su territorio ante la Corte Internacional de Justicia Translated title: The geopolitical competitions of Nicaragua, Honduras, Colombia and Costa Rica by its territory at the International Court of Justice

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          El análisis se centra en las competencias geopolíticas por territorio ante la Corte Internacional de Justicia, que involucran a Nicaragua, Honduras, Colombia y Costa Rica con respecto a sus límites internacionales. Para aquello, dos secciones componen el artículo: primero, la discusión teórica del concepto territorio de Stuart Elden, más la propuesta metodológica de análisis; segundo, las demandas de los Estados seleccionados y las sentencias de la Corte. Los resultados muestran que las competencias geopolíticas por el territorio incluyen tierra y mar; que los Estados replican un rol cuando tienen el estatus de demandante, ocurriendo lo mismo cuando son demandados; que la Corte sentencia mediante votación, sin aceptar tesis maximalistas y usando la cartografía para representar el territorio; y por último, que la territorialización es un proceso continuo.

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          The analysis focuses on the geopolitical competitions by territory before the International Court of Justice, which involve Nicaragua, Honduras, Colombia and Costa Rica concerning their international boundaries. For that, two sections make up the article: first, the theoretical discussion of the concept of territory of Stuart Elden and the methodological proposal of analysis; second, the demands of the selected States and the judgments of the Court. The results show that geopolitical competitions for the territory include land and sea; the states replicate the role when they are applicants and defendant; the sentence of the Court are by vote, without using maximalist thesis and using cartography; and finally, the territorialization is a continuous process.

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                Temas y Debates
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                Universidad Nacional de Rosario. Facultad de Ciencia Política y Relaciones Internacionales (Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina )
                1853-984X
                December 2019
                : 38
                : 121-147
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                orgnameUniversidad Arturo Prat orgdiv1Instituto de Estudios Internacionales Chile
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                S1853-984X2019000200005 S1853-984X(19)00003800005

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