local time (1400 GMT) south of the Aaland islands
, located in the Baltic Sea between Finland and Sweden.
Nations reports on the Aaland Islands
(121) and, more recently, in the
See JAMES BARROS, THE AALAND ISLANDS
QUESTION: ITS SETTLEMENT BY THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS 60-65 (1968); MUSGRAVE, supra note 1, at 33; Philip Marshall Brown, The Aaland Islands
Question, 15 AM.
Eleven bottles of champagne, which were found in the wreck off Finland's Aaland Islands
in 2010, will go up for auction on Friday.
The Convention on the Non-Fortification and Neutralization of the Aaland Islands
of October 20, 1921, provides that warships are prohibited except for innocent passage.
Regionally, the unemployment rate was highest -- 14%, in the area of Aaland Islands
The worst conditions were in the narrow Bay of Bothnia and around the Aaland Islands
With a population of 26,000 and the total land area of 1,552 Square kilometers the Aaland Islands
took on an international dimension when, on a British initiative, the issue of their autonomy was brought before the League of Nations in Geneva in 1921.
For the record, in addition to these three countries, the 30 elected officials of the Aaland Islands
, an autonomous Finnish archipelago in the Baltic Sea, still have to adopt a position on the treaty before the end of the year, although Finland ratified it over a year ago.
The Aaland Islands
are situated in the Baltic Sea between Sweden and Finland.
59) Aaland Islands
went on to state that "[g]enerally
In Finland, the Aaland Islands
, which since 1921 have benefited from wide autonomy in terms of education, health or policing, had to adopt their own legislation in order to conform to EU law.