- Professor Maniruzzaman's interview with Journal of East Asia and International Law now published
- A stabilization clause or stabilizationc curse? A look at the effect of stablization clauses on Host countries by measuring the effect of the LNG Act on the Nigerian Economy
- Summer Graduation 2013
- Regime and Cross-border Pipelines: Can the BTC pipeline be considered as a regime? An Analysis
- Professor Maniruzzaman says: "Climate Justice is What's Needed for Copenhagen Success"
- Honorary Lecturer publishes new text on Organisational Behaviour
- The Cost of Decommissioning: Government and Industry Attempts at Addressing Decommissioning Liabilities
- Landmark ruling by Dutch court against Shell Nigeria
KONOPLYANIK, A.; WALDE, T. 31 August, 2006 Abstract: The end of the Cold War offered an unprecedented opportunity to overcome the previous economic divisions on the Eurasian continent. Nowhere were the prospects for mutually beneficial cooperation between East and West clearer than in the energy sector. There ...
CAMERON, P.D. 18 January, 2006 Abstract: Brodies Environmental Law Lecture, University of Edinburgh, Wednesday, 18 January, 2006· Three stages in the development of international nuclear energy law· The second phase· The third phase· The question of public consultation is a very serious one in this ...
WALDE, T.W. 31 December, 2005 Abstract: The extent to which customary law in the past and modern bilateral and multilateral investment treaties at present protect contracts concluded with States and their attributed entities has been and continues to be controversial. Some of the issues concerned ...