Ohiocheoya Omiunu

De Montfort University

Lecturer

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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55

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Is there Coherence on the Role of Sub-National Actors in the Evolving Mechanisms for International Trade Interactions? A Comparative Analysis of Belgium and Canada

Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), Fifth Biennial Global Conference, Working Paper No. 2016/13
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 01 Jul 2016 Last Revised: 02 Jul 2016
Ohiocheoya Omiunu
De Montfort University
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Sub-national governments, Sub-national actors, International Trade, International Economic Relations, Federalism, International Organisations, Globalisation

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Evolution of Subnational Foreign Economic Relations in Nigeria

South African Journal of International Affairs, Forthcoming
Posted: 08 Oct 2018
Ohiocheoya Omiunu and Ifeanyichukwu Azuka Aniyie
De Montfort University and Independent

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Foreign Affairs Federalism, Constitutionalism, Subnational Governments, Globalization, Military Rule

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The Evolving Role of Sub-National Actors in International Economic Relations: Lessons from the Canada-European Union CETA

Netherlands Yearbook of International Law (Vol 48) 2017
Posted: 25 Sep 2017
Ohiocheoya Omiunu
De Montfort University

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How Do Host States Respond to Investment Treaty Law?: Some Empirical Observations

Posted: 15 Dec 2015
Mavluda Sattorova, Ohiocheoya Omiunu and Mustafa Erkan
University of Liverpool, De Montfort University and Marmara University - School of Law

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investment arbitration, investor-state dispute settlement, investment treaties, good governance, developing countries

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Information and Communications Technology and the Nigerian Rules of Evidence

(2008) 11 (1 & 2) University of Benin Law Journal, 83
Posted: 17 Dec 2010 Last Revised: 02 Oct 2017
Ifeanyichukwu Azuka Aniyie and Ohiocheoya Omiunu
Independent and De Montfort University

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ICT, Nigeria, Rules of Evidence