|Opis:||In the Adriatic Sea and between the territories of the Member States of the newly established after the collapse of the former Yugoslavia, we have everything from the delivery of the independence witnesses interesting phenomenon. None of the newly born States (of the former republics of the Federal States) with its neighbours not yet contracted out their border and delimitacijskih disputes, both on land and at sea. Even more, some of the new Member States are repeatedly since 1991 unilateral decisions to declare certain parts of the territory or the territory of the marine space as his own, realizing that these territories of the Adriatic Sea and a single space not yet divided into international bilateral border treaties.
We described the latest efforts of certain European regions for independence or greater autonomy, as they have today in the national States and somewhat broader look at the drawing of the new border maps in areas with a lot of unresolved territorial issues with the wider area of the world is entering a restless time in which it is difficult to achieve an international consensus.
Such views and some of the newly established States of unilateral actions in relation to its neighbours in the last 23 years earn a series of border disputes, both in the delimitations and land as at sea and the type of policy tightening and accusations, the conclusion of international negotiations, agreements, a number of experiments, the intervention of prominent world political figures and the official organs of the EU, but have not brought success in the conclusion of a bilateral agreement on the border. In this grip failed discussions and constant border incidents are finding themselves both on the floor of the resulting state of former Yugoslavia-Slovenia and Croatia. The latter, in addition to unresolved border with Slovenia does not have any of the disputed border issues have been disposed of, not with Serbia on the land and the Danube River, not with Bosnia and Herzegovina on land and at sea, and not with Montenegro in the maritime work. These unresolved border disputes were obviously not strong enough a reason for non-acceptance of Croatia as a member of the twenthyeight to the European Union in 2013. Either of the indirect conditions for admission into the family of European Nations to do was also required to regulate border issues with the Republic of Slovenia, as a full member of the EU. So was the process of solving unsolved the State border between the two countries reopened in 2009 with the passing of the Commissioner Olli Rehn for EU enlargement, which has immediately focused on the arbitration agreement between the Government of the Republic of Slovenia and the Government of the Republic of Croatia, signed in Stockholm, with which the country border dispute on the land and on the sea dispute delimitation released the ad-hoc international arbitration tribunal, which will be in the next few years with a binding verdict long-term dispute between the countries.
In the graduate thesis we presented detailed points of disagreement both on land and at sea, the requirements and expectations Of the arbitration procedure and the legal consequences of an arbitral award. We have mentioned some international judgments into the border and delimitations disputes, which are similar to the border dispute between Slovenia and Croatia.|