Energy and Natural Resources

The Yukos Interim Awards on Jurisdiction and Admissibility Confirms Provisional Application of Energy Charter Treaty

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14
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23
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Dr. Chiara Giorgetti
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Climate Change and Guidelines for Argo Profiling Float Deployment on the High Seas

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14
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8
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Aurora Mateos & Montserrat Gorina-Ysern
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The WTO Seal Products Dispute: A Preview of the Key Legal Issues

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14
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2
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Simon Lester
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Wiwa v. Shell: The $15.5 Million Settlement

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13
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14
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Ingrid Wuerth
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International Law Commission Adopts Draft Articles of a Transboundary Aquifers Convention

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12
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18
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Kerstin Mechlem
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The Bali Climate Change Conference

The Bali Roadmap marks a milestone in the process of international consensus building, setting forth a multilateral legal framework to address climate change. Delegates at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bali (Dec. 3-15 2007) launched a two-year process with a comprehensive agenda and 2009 deadline to complete negotiations for a post-2012 agreement.

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12
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4
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Elizabeth Burleson
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Russia's Claim in the Arctic and the Vexing Issue of Ridges in UNCLOS

On August 2, 2007, Russian explorers in a submersible planted their national flag on the seabed below the North Pole in symbolic support of Russia's 2001 claim relating to its extended continental shelf. This claim was first made on December 20, 2001 in the context of Russia's submission to the UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf (CLCS) in accordance with Article 76(8) of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).

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11
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27
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Marc Benitah
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U.S. Supreme Court, Greenhouse Gas Regulation and Foreign Policy Considerations

In time for Earth Day, the U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision in the well-publicized case, Massachusetts v.

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11
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13
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Cymie R. Payne
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Double Interim Relief Denial in Argentina-Uruguay Pulp Mill Dispute before the World Court

On January 23, 2007, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) rejected Uruguay's request for "provisional measures" against Argentina "a form of injunctive relief"aimed at putting an immediate end to blockades of bridges and roads connecting Argentina and Uruguay by Argentine citizens protesting the construction of a disputed pulp mill project on the Uruguayan side of the border. The project is the subject of the Pulp Mills Case (Argentina v.

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11
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2
Author: 
Pieter H.F. Bekker
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