Jeff King, Chapter One: The Doctrine of Odious Debt Under International Law: Definition, Evidence and Issues Concerning Application, in CISDL
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members Ashfaq Khalfan, Markus Gehring, Michael Kerr, Sebastien Jodoin, Alexandra Harrington, Arezou Farivar, Patrick Reynault, Adela Maciejewski Scheer, Camille Berube, as well as professors Richard Janda, Armand de Mestral, Francois Crepeau, and Konstantia Koutouki, among others, for their insights and contributions.
com/topic/common-but-differentiated-responsibilities; see also The Principle of Common But Differentiated Responsibilities: Origin and Scope, CISDL
Legal Brief to the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Aug.