Korfustrædet eller Korfukanalen er det smalle stræde langs Albaniens og Grækenlands kyster der ligger mod øst, og adskiller disse to lande fra den græske ø Korfu mod vest. Strædet er en passage fra Adriaterhavet mod nord til Det Ioniske Hav, der bruges af skibsfart lokalt til Albanien og Grækenland til havnene i Saranda, Albanien og Igoumenitsa, Grækenland og af lokal og turisttrafik i Albanien og fra det græske fastland til Korfu ud over en vis international trafik fra Adriaterhavet.
^Times Online Obituary: Lieutenant-Commander Hugh Knollys Navigator who won a DSC on D-Day and survived when his destroyer hit a mine in the postwar Corfu Channel incident.
^JSTOR The Corfu Channel Case Quincy Wright The American Journal of International Law, Vol. 43, No. 3 (Jul., 1949), pp. 491-494 (article consists of 4 pages) Published by: American Society of International Law Retrieved 31-07-08
^UK in Albania (British Embassy in Albania)Arkiveret 2008-09-26 hos Wayback Machine Quote: "Discussions on the re-establishment of diplomatic relations were finally broken off as a result of the Corfu Channel incidents. In May 1946 the Albanians fired on two Royal Navy Cruisers and in October 1946 two Royal Navy destroyers were damaged by mines with the loss of 44 men. Britain was awarded damages at the International Court of Justice in The Hague. Albania refused to recognise the judgement. In retaliation, Britain refused to permit the release of Albanian gold held since the War by the Tripartite Gold Commission." and "Post-War diplomatic relations were finally established on 29 May 1991"