Beyond the national resource privilege: towards an International Court of the Environment

@article{Schuppert2014BeyondTN,
  title={Beyond the national resource privilege: towards an International Court of the Environment},
  author={F. Schuppert},
  journal={International Theory},
  year={2014},
  volume={6},
  pages={68 - 97}
}
The national resource privilege, which holds that states are allowed to control all the natural resources found in their territory, is a cornerstone of international politics. Supporters of the national resource privilege claim that without the privilege states would fail to be sovereign and self-determining entities which provide for the needs of their citizens. However, as this paper shows the case is not as simple as that. In fact, control over resources must be carefully unpacked. Doing so… Expand
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