||The Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission was established in 2002 after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on the land and maritime boundary between the two nations. The purpose of the Commission is to consider ways of implementing the ICJ ruling. The web site provides background on the border dispute, the history of the Commission’s establishment, and its goals and achievements. Communiques on the Commission’s meetings and the meetings of the UN Secretary-General with the Presidents of Cameroon and Nigeria are also available. The Commission has been recognized as a “novel approach in preventative diplomacy and a new model for peaceful settlement of conflicts between states.” (UNOWA web site, Cameroon-Nigeria Mixed Commission – Background). There is also a link to the ICJ ruling in this matter.