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The Tragedy of Papua New Guinea

The Tragedy of Papua New Guinea Frederick Clairmonte Development and the Environment: Economic-Ecological Development in Papua New Guinea by Otto Kreye; The Melanesian Institute, Papua, October 1991.

Third World and Arms Trade

Frederick Clairmonte In the third world, West Asia has become, in large part due to its huge petroleum resources and the inherent conflictual proclivities of its autocracies abetted by external promoters, the focal point of the traffic of the international death merchants.

Renato Constantino. A Tribute

being among internal village class groups, it is between the village community and government agencies (or other outsiders) over control of the common lands (pp 39-41). Their argument is that "reform of the private landholding structures" is an appropriate response for the first type of village but not for the second

LAW OF THE SEA- Changing Scenarios

surface India's political and economic life. The fear has been that by recognising the Nepalese presence, India would bolster the legitimacy of the kingdom of Nepal, or play into the hands of a 'Greater Nepal'. A contrary view might however suggest somewhat different implications. By recognising and legitimising the Nepalese presence in India, the kingdom of Nepal would be destabilised and Nepalese brought further into the Indian system, with a means to voice their grievances. By following such a course India would be returning to British imperial policy: but such a prospect is remote at present.

CAPITAL VIEW

Strategies for Equity Ifzal Ali B M Desai R Ramakrishna V S Vyas This paper attempts to focus on the prospects and problems of Indian agriculture by the turn of the century. Its emphasis is mainly on issues relating to distribution, and the increasing of the purchasing power of the poorest segments of the population.

The Law of the Sea- Corporate Substance and Legal Shadows

The Law of the Sea Corporate Substance and Legal Shadows Frederick Clairmonte John Cavanagh The United Nations Law of the Sea Conference has now agreed upon a Treaty which specifies that the ocean resources beyond national boundaries be considered "the common heritage of mankind'. The Treaty has already been attacked by transnational corporate interests

Anatomy of Multi - Commodity Trading Conglomerates-A Case Study

Anatomy of Multi Commodity Trading Conglomerates A Case Study Frederick Clairmonte John Cavanagh The world cotton economy, employing tens of millions in over 60 countries, is dominated by a handful of giant multi-commodity traders whose activities define the contours of globally traded cotton and its pricing policies.
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