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4 April 2005
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Auteur: Anita Ramasastry, associate professor of law & director of the Shidler Center for Law, Commerce, & Technology at the University of Washington School of Law

Riggs Bank and its principal owners agreed to pay $8 million to a foundation established for victims of the former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. In exchange, a Spanish court agreed to dismiss criminal charges against bank officials...Both the...

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1 March 2005
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1 March 2005
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Auteur: International Alert

Oil, mining and natural gas companies often invest in conflict-prone societies – the nature of their business setting some limits on choice of risk profile. Most companies have no interest in exacerbating instability or violence, or otherwise becoming...

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1 March 2005
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Auteur: Friends of the Earth, Plan B, Platform

[refers to BP, Shell, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, AUPEC, Unocal, Yukos]

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1 February 2005
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27 January 2005
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Auteur: Michael Peel, Financial Times

The government has begun developing rules and institutions for the oil sector that are either not present or are ignored in other resource-rich states. A revenue management law...sets up an oversight committee and requires the government to give...

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1 January 2005
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Auteur: Peter Maass, in Mother Jones

[the link connects to partial story on Mother Jones website; for complete version, enter the following access code in box at bottom of that page: MJCH5A] American bankers handled his loot. Oil companies play by his rules...How the pursuit of oil is...

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9 October 2004
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Auteur: John Vidal, Guardian [UK]

São Tomé...is now a test case for oil companies and the world: will it be plundered and overwhelmed by the changes about to happen? Or could it...become the only...country ever to have found oil in large quantities, shared the benefits equitably and...

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Michael Peel, Christian Science Monitor

Even amid international efforts to bring greater transparency to the continent's resource exploration, the recent strife [in Nigeria] is a microcosm of widespread theft and mismanagement, which observers attribute to a combination of colonial-era...

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, Founder-Chair, Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001 and a former Director of Shell International, in Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence (OGEL)

The growth of oil wealth in many developing countries has fuelled the ability of governments to invest in armaments, to engage in the construction of buildings for prestige rather than utility, and to transform small-scale corruption into personal or...

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