Development of Oil Resources and Protection of the Marine Environment of the Northern Caspian

Bystrova, A.
September 2010
Problems of Economic Transition;Sep2010, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p94
Academic Journal
The author examines the current and potential application of international law to the goal of saving the unique ecosystem of the Caspian Sea from theecological threats posed by oil and gas development.


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