Professor A. F. M. Maniruzzaman, LLB (Honours), LLM., M.Int’L.Law (ANU), PhD (Cambridge), MCIArb, FRSA is the Chair in International and Business Law, University of Portsmouth, U.K. (since 2004) and a member of its Centre for European and International Studies Research, an interdisciplinary centre of international excellence. He is a Professorial Honorary Fellow at the Centre of Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee (since 2005) and Visiting Professor of International Law (2012 -), Faculty of International Law, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing.
International and European Business Law; Transnational Commercial Law, International Investment Law, International Energy and Natural Resources Law; International Economic Law & WTO Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution in International Business; International Development Law and Sustainable Development, Global Climate Change, Energy security and International Law; South Asian Law; Commercial Dispute Resolution in Asia; Global Corporate Responsibility; Business and Human Rights.
“The Energy and Environment Dilemma: Sustainably Developing Iraqi Oil and Gas in International Law - Prospects and Challenges” (with Dr Khalid Al-Saleem), Oil, Gas and Energy Law (July 2017), 106 pages.
Resource Nationalism Specter Hovers Over The Oil Industry: The Transnational Corporate Strategy To Tackle Resource Nationalism Risks (with Professor Sajjad M. Jasimuddin), 32 Journal of Applied Business Research (no.2 – March/April 2016), pp. 387-400.
“Interim Measures of Protection in International Investment Arbitration: Challenge to State Sovereignty?”, in INTERIM MEASURES OF PROTECTION IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION (Ian Liard, et al. eds.) (ILI Washington, D.C.), Juris Publishing, N.Y. 2015).
This article presents the social and political causes of Nigeria-EU migration issues concerning unregulated migration that has been affecting the EU. This was done through qualitative and quantitative methodology, which includes interviews, data gathering and documentary analysis. From the findings…
The foremost intent of this article is to investigate the major dynamics that are changing in Ethio-Egyptian hydropolitical relations. To attain this objective the researcher employed case study design, primary and secondary sources of data, and purposive sampling techniques. Despite the fact that…
Historically, the Arctic has been much more important to Russia than to other Arctic countries. In Soviet times, the development of the Arctic was of paramount importance and it was used by the Soviet government to legitimise its great power status to domestic and international audiences. It is…