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Global governance of oil and gas resources in the international legal perspective, Joanna Osiejewicz

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Global governance of oil and gas resources in the international legal perspective, Joanna Osiejewicz
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Global governance of oil and gas resources in the international legal perspective
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
11429335791232994672
Responsibility statement
Joanna Osiejewicz
Series statement
Studies in politics, security and society,, 27, 2199028X
Summary
The principle of permanent sovereignty over natural resources was originally intended to protect economic independence and development of resource-rich countries. Now, it is heading towards fair and equitable distribution of resources. The complex of regimes for global governance of oil and gas resources includes trade, investment protection, maritime areas, environmental issues, transparency and accountability of oil and gas sector, human rights and protection of local communities. Despite the fact that it is national states who are traditionally perceived to be central actors in the governance of natural resources, the issue is currently the object of multidimensional global interest. The key to sustainable development in this area is intersectoral and transnational cooperation
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- The principle of permanent sovereignty over wealth and natural resources -- Rights and obligations resulting from the principle of permanent sovereignty over natural resources -- Global governance of oil and gas resources -- Regimes of governance of oil and gas resources
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