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This article discusses the place of both the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) and their role in global energy governance in the light of the fragmentation debate roughly twenty years after their establishment. The Energy Charter Secretariat (ECS), the...
This review essay identifies two fundamental flaws in much of the secondary literature examining international investment law. The first is a clear attention to disciplines other than law in identifying and understanding the justifications for constraints on state regulation vis-à-vis foreign...
The Sultanate of Oman has a cluster of laws regulating the relationship between foreign investors and Omani society. Oman has tried to maintain a balance between its national and regional commitments in this regard. This article provides an in-depth analysis of the Foreign Capital Investment Law...
Within the last decade, the global mining industry has witnessed a surge in the price of minerals, particularly gold. As a result, several African countries have reviewed or launched the review of their mining contracts, revised their fiscal regimes and taken measures to enhance beneficiation or...
Subsidies within the renewable energy (RE) sector are rife. Active government support is now advocated as a part of ‘green industrial policy’ to stimulate growth within the sector. While providing the positive externality of climate change mitigation, these policies leave certain government...
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