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Legal Status of Natural Resources in International Law (Some Aspects) (Volume 162)

(24,628 words)

Author(s): Brownlie, Ian
Brownlie, Ian Keywords: Natural resources | Sovereignty | Common heritage of mankind | New international economic order | Mots clefs: Ressources naturelles | Souveraineté | Patrimoine commun de l humanité | Nouvel ordre économique international | ABSTRACT The objective of Ian Brownlie’s course, Professor of Law at the University of London, is to explore some aspects of the legal regime for access to certain natural resources. This survey focuses not only on the existing legal rules and emerging principles, but also on the feasibili…

La notion de patrimoine commun de l’humanité (Volume 175)

(58,168 words)

Author(s): Kiss, Alexandre-Charles
Kiss, Alexandre-Charles Keywords: Common heritage of mankind | Mots clefs: Patrimoine commun de l humanité | ABSTRACT In his course, Alexandre-Charles Kiss discusses about the extent to which the concept of the common heritage of mankind is part of international law, and if so, what is its precise scope. He conducts his investigation by examining the different situations in which the concept of the common heritage of mankind has been invoked or in which it can be considered as underlying: Antarctica, radio frequ…

The Common Heritage of Mankind: Then and Now (Volume 361)

(41,656 words)

Author(s): C. W. Pinto, M.
C. W. Pinto, M. Keywords: Common heritage of mankind | Deep seabed | Mineral resources of the deep seabed | Law of the sea | International law | Principles | Legal concept | United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (Third) | United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (Montego-Bay, 10 December 1982) | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT This class aims to have a broad understanding of the Common Heritage of Mankind concept as it starts with an explanation of the international legal and institutional concept. The Third United Nations Conference on the Law of t…