Information Center: International Court of Justice
Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon and Nigeria (Cameroon v Nigeria:: Equatorial Guinea Intervening), Merits, Judgment of 10 October 2002
Decision of the International Court of Justice regarding the case brought in by Cameroon against Nigeria over land and maritime boundaries. It also talks about the intervention of Equatorial Guinea.
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE - I. RECENT CASES - The Land and Maritime Boundary Case (Cameroon v. Nigeria) -- The Intervention by Equatorial Guinea
On 21 October 1999 the International Court made an order in which it accepted an application by Equatorial Guinea to intervene in the case brought by the Republic of Cameroon against the Federal Republic of Nigeria over their land and maritime boundary.
Case Concerning the Land and Maritime Boundary between Cameroon And Nigeria: Permission to Intervene by Equatorial Guiena
A summary of the case before the International Court of Justice regarding a maritime border dispute between Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. The court rules that Equatorial Guinea is permitted to intervene in the case