Energy and Natural Resources

Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia Sign Nile Dam Agreement (March 23, 2015)

Author: 
Monica Moyo

On March 23, 2015, the presidents of Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia signed the

India's Nuclear Tests

India's five underground nuclear explosions detonated on May 11-13, 1998, raise such international law questions as these: Is India prohibited by any applicable treaty or customary rule of international law from testing or possessing nuclear weapons? Is there any other source of international law that might prohibit India's testing or possessing nuclear weapons? If India may test and possess them, under what circumstances would it be lawful to use them? Do India's tests provide any other states, such as Pakistan, with legal justification to conduct their own nuclear tests? 
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Volume: 
3
Issue: 
5
Author: 
Frederic L. Kirgis
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The EU and Chile Suspend the Swordfish Case Proceedings at the WTO and the International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea

 
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Volume: 
6
Issue: 
1
Author: 
Marcos Orellana
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Ongoing WTO Negotiations on Fisheries Subsidies

It is well known that overfishing has led to the collapse of several commercially valuable fish species and the decline of others. [1] In this context, WTO Members agreed during the WTO Ministerial Conference held in Doha (Qatar) in November 2000, to launch negotiations with the aim to "clarify and improve WTO disciplines on fisheries subsidies, taking into account the importance of this sector to developing countries." [2]
 
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Volume: 
8
Issue: 
12
Author: 
Marc Benitah
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