Development International Law – Part 19

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INTERNATIONAL LAW AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PAST ACHIEVEMENTS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES
Melissa Clack
Denver Journal of International Law and Policy
Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2003 p.145

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DEVELOPMENT DECISION-MAKING AND THE CONTENT OF INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LAW
Daniel D. Bradlow
Boston College International and Comparative Law Review
Volume 27, Number 2, Spring 2004 p.195

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174

MONTERREY CONSENSUS ON FINANCING FOR DEVELOPMENT: RESPONSE SOUGHT FROM INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW
Inaamul Haque & Ruxandra Burdescu
Boston College International and Comparative Law Review
Volume 27, Number 2, Spring 2004 p.219

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WHERE SHOULD JOHANNESBURG TAKE US? ETHICAL AND LEGAL APPROACHES TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
GRAHAM MAYEDA
Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law & Policy
Volume 15, Number 1, Winter 2004 p.29

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176

The Development of International Law: Alternatives to Treaty-Making?
GIONATA PIERO BUZZINI
International Community Law Review
Volume 6, Number 1, February 2004 p.46

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177

Intellectual Property Protection of Biotechnology and Sustainable Development in International Law
Young-Gyoo Shim
North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation
Volume 29, Number 2, Winter 2003 p.157

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178

THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF WTO LAW
Jiaxiang Hu
Journal of International Economic Law
Volume 7, Number 1, 2004 p.143-167

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179

The Birth and Development of International Institutional Law
Henry G. Schermers
International Organizations Law Review
Volume 1, Number 1, 2004 p.5

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180

A Call to Restructure Existing International Environmental Law in Light of Africa’s Renaissance: The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification and the New Partnership For Africa’s Development (NEPAD)
Leslie C. Clark
Seattle University Law Review
Volume 27, Number 2, Fall 2003 p.525

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181

The Common Heritage of Mankind and Mining: An Analysis of the Law as to the High Seas , Outer Space, the Antarctic and World Heritage
Graham Nicholson
New Zealand Journal of Environmental Law
Volume 6, 2002

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Resource development in the contemporary global circumstances, including the ability to explore for and mine minerals, is critical to the continuance of modern civilisation, but increasingly it has to be balanced against environmental, generational and other factors of growing public importance. This article examines the law as to mining as applied to the emerging international concept of the “common heritage of mankind”, or “global commons”, as might be said to be illustrated in 4 categories — mining in the High Seas , mining on objects in space, mining in the Antarctic and mining in World heritage areas, and examines where that balance has been set, noting the vastly different and usually controversial approaches taken in each case notwithstanding the existence of certain commonalities, and the deficiencies in each. It concludes that while this concept is here to stay, it is not a fixed concept, but rather one that is still in the course of evolution, and one that is capable of being expressed in different ways through different international institutional arrangements with different consequences.

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International humanitarian law : Its Remarkable Development and its Persistent Violation
Dietrich Schindler
Journal of the History of International Law
Volume 5, Number 2, 2003 p.165

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The “victimized group”concept in the Genocide Convention and the development of International humanitarian law through the practice of ad hoc tribunals 1
Yusuf Aksar
Journal of Genocide Research
Volume 5, Number 2, 2003 p.211

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International Law and Sustainable Development: Any Progress in Johannesburg?
Marc Pallemaerts
Review of European Community & International Environmental Law
Volume 12, Issue 1, April 2003 p.1-11

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Author: international

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Development International Law, High Seas, History of International Law, International Organizations, International humanitarian law, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification.

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