- Angelica Bonfanti, Francesca Romanin Jacur, & Francesco Seatzu, Introduction
- Federica Violi, The Practice of Land Grabbing and Its Compatibility with the Exercise of Territorial Sovereignty
- Nadia Bernaz & Jérémie Gilbert, Resources Grabbing and Human Rights: Building a Triangular Relationship Between States, Indigenous Peoples and Corporations
- Jochen Von Bernstorff, Who is Entitled to Cultivate the Land? Sovereignty, Land Resources and Foreign Investments in Agriculture in International Law
- Elisa Ruozzi, Land Grabbing and International Human Rights: The Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
- M. Bordignon, R. Greco, & G. Lepore, Water Grabbing and Water Rights: Indigenous ‘Sovereignty’ v. State Sovereignty?
- Marco Borraccetti, The Right to Water and Access to Water Resources in the European Development Policy
- Francesca Romanin Jacur, Tackling the Grabbing of Genetic Resources and of Associated Traditional Knowledge Trough the Nagoya Protocol
- Annalisa Savaresi, Natural Resources Grabbing: The Case of Tropical Forests and REDD+
- Komlan Sangbana, International Land Investments or the Environment Put Up for Auction: the Case of the Niger Basin
- Federico Esu & Solenne Avet, The European Integration and the 2009 Renewable Energy Directive: A Suitable Framework for the Implementation of the Sustainability Criteria for Biofuels Production in Third-States?
- Anil Ylmaz & Tara Van Ho, Integrating Human Rights into the Extractive Industries: How Investment Contracts Can Achieve Protection
- Tomoko Ishikawa, The Role of International Environmental Principles in Investment Treaty Arbitration: Precautionary and Polluter Pays Principles and Partial Compensation
- Inesa Stolper, Exploration and Extraction of Natural Resources: MIGA’s Role in the Promotion of Foreign Investments in Developing Countries
- Francesco Seatzu, On the World Bank’s Efforts in Defence of the Human Right to Land
- Angelica Bonfanti, The WTO Members’ Right to Protect Animals in International Trade: A TBT Perspective
- Julinda Beqiraj, Water Resources’ Exploitation and Trade Flows: The Impact of International Trade Law
- Ilaria Espa, Energy Export Restrictions in the WTO Between Resources Nationalism and Sustainable Development
- Marco Pertile, On the Financing of Civil Wars through Natural Resources: Is there a Duty of Vigilance for Third States on the Activities of Trans-national Corporations?
- Garima Tiwari, Breaking the ‘Resource Curse’: Prosecuting Pillage of Natural Resources
- Angelica Bonfanti, Francesca Romanin Jacur, & Francesco Seatzu, Conclusion
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Romanin Jacur, Bonfanti, & Seatzu: Natural Resources Grabbing: An International Law Perspective
Natural Resources Grabbing: An International Law Perspective (Brill | Nijhoff 2015). Contents include: