Olena Nihreieva

Global commons through the prism of collective rights

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In the paper the collective rights theory is used as a theoretical framework to analyze and systemize the concept of global commons in the context of the international community rights and interests. Special attention is paid to the essential characteristics of collective rights. The issues of the international community notion and its interests perceived through the prism of collective rights are addressed as well. The paper describes further the variety of approaches to global commons enumeration presenting the analysis of their distinctive characteristics and legal regimes in international law and differentiating between them and the relative concepts


  • global commons
  • collective rights
  • international community
  • common interests
  • common heritage of mankind


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