A territorial dispute should, and can be solved quickly and easily. All you have to do is to use three simple scales (1-10, with 10 being the highest) judging each complainant's particular claims. One judging geography - where the land is situated. The second judging the disputed territory's history, and lastly one judging the population of the disputed area and their perferences. Add up the scores - the highest will have the higher claim. However because this is a value judgement, different opinions will have different scores.
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