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5th London International Boundary Conference - 12 December 2022 to 13 December 2022

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Territorial and international boundary disputes remain more acute than ever in the autumn of 2022 – in many ways, the sophistication of contemporary academic approaches makes for a sharp contrast with continuingly (maybe increasingly) crude state actions on land and sea.

The 5th conference will cover:

  • Making sense of International River Boundaries
  • Pandemics, Boundaries and the Law
  • Ukraine: geopolitics and more
  • International Boundaries
  • Territorial Disputes: Latest Developments in the Southern Hemisphere

Join us as we explore topical issues and share perspectives on how to address them.

This is a hybrid event

Day 1 will be hybrid: online and in-person at Stamford Street Lecture Theatre, Waterloo Campus from 13:00-17:00. If you reserve an online ticket, you will receive the zoom link two days prior to commencement.

Day 2 will be held online.

Tickets for King's staff and students are free. Tickets for non-King's attendees must be booked via the London International Boundary Conference website.

About the conference

The annual London International Boundary Conference is convened by the Department of Geography and the public international law firm, Volterra Fietta.

Inaugurated in April 2013, the London International Boundary Conference is a major international forum dedicated to furthering multidisciplinary approaches to complex territorial and boundary disputes.

The conference strives to bring together specialists from international law, the social sciences, history, as well as technical experts – not usually an assemblage you’ll find at the same venue – to shed light on the debates of the day, emergent challenges and regional hotspots.

Contact info@LondonInternationalBoundaryConference.com if you have any queries.

At this event

Richard Schofield

Richard Schofield

Senior Lecturer in Boundary Studies


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