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International Investment Law and Development
While distribution conflicts over natural resources were central to the debates on a New International Economic Order, during the last decades the specific distribution conflicts surrounding natural resource exploitation no longer have been at the core of international law. In this paper I trace the developments in the relationship between international law and resource distribution conflicts. I first argue that the New International Economic Order favored the political resolution ofdoi:10.4337/9781784711351.00018 fatcat:ffacsih4rzgpvimsd6pr7jagu4