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This index presents a list of concepts relevant to the perspectives on international economic law. This book examines age-old continuing points of discussion within international law, and addresses problems which have only recently emerged and are currently fiercely debated in the media as well as in legal practice and academic circles. The book is structured along four frontier themes: first, facing economic crises and uncertainties; second, confronting environmental challenges; third, considering human rights and development objectives; and fourth, regulating energy transit and new technologies.

Keywords: environmental challenges; human rights; international economic law; legal practice

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