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Jan Mayen

(ˈjæn ˈmaɪən)
n
(Placename) an island in the Arctic Ocean, between Greenland and N Norway: volcanic, with large glaciers; former site of Dutch whaling stations; annexed to Norway in 1929. Area: 373 sq km (144 sq miles)
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Jan May•en

(ˈyɑn ˈmaɪ ən)
n.
a volcanic island in the Arctic Ocean between Greenland and Norway: a possession of Norway. 144 sq. mi. (373 sq. km).
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Todas las situaciones en mencion presentan inconvenientes de no muy facil solucion, pero sin lugar a dudas la circunstancia de mayor dificultad es la presencia de islas, como por ejemplo cuando estas se encuentran realmente alejadas del territorio principal del Estado, como los casos de Jan Mayen y St.
They cover conciliation as a method of international dispute settlement, dispute settlement within the OSCE, specialized conciliation procedures, and the Jan Mayen case (Iceland/Norway) as an example of successful conciliation.
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