International Law and Genetic Resources
Biopiracy: International Perspective and the Case of Ethiopia
The Law on International Water Resources
Biotechnology and International Law
International environmental law versus state sovereignty
The State of Forest Genetic Resources in Bulgaria. Sofia, 2014
Access to Genetic Resources and Intellectual property Right Laws:
The Politics of International Law
Genetic Resources in Agriculture
International Law, Power, Security and Justice
Law and Human Rights in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study
Cellular Modification and Genetic Transformation b y Exogenous Nucleic Acids. Sixth International Sym posium on Molecular Biology, Baltimore, 1972.
Genetic resources of local maize populations in Kosova
Natural Resources Law and Policy in Bangladesh: A Critical Review
Genetic Engineering and the World Trade System: World Trade Forum
As with any rapid technological development, the biotechnology revolution is putting great strains on the ability of law to adapt to new challenges and threats. Although there is general agreement on the need to regulate biotechnology in many different fields of human activity (agriculture, life sciences, forensic science) domestic law remains deeply divided over the best approach to take. This book is the first attempt at covering the most pressing legal issues raised by the impact of biotechnologies on different categories of international norms. Through the contribution of a selected group of international scholars and experts from international organizations, the book addresses 1) the international status of genetic resources, both in areas of national jurisdiction and in common spaces such as the international sea bed area and Antarctica; 2) the relevance of environmental principles in the governance of modern biotechnologies; 3) the impact of biotechnologies on trade rules, including intellectual property law; 4) the human rights implications, especially in the field of human genetics; and 5) the intersection between general international law and regional systems, especially those developed in Europe and Latin America. The overall objective of the book is to provide an up-to-date picture of international law as it stands today and to stimulate critical reflection and further research on the solutions that will be required in years to come.