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Eugene Matos

OPEC and International Law

Many countries experienced an energy crisis in 2021, and although there is greater diversity in primary energy production, a total transition away from oil is impractical, if not impossible, for the next few decades. That is where OPEC’s relative power shines through as its members' proven crude oil reserves account for nearly 80% of global reserves as per OPEC’s 2018 reports. How is OPEC perceived through the scope of international law?

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The Asian Gee Gee

By Eugene Matos and Audrey Beaulieu. The Gee-Gee is the first horse out of the race gate; it’s an eyecatcher for gamblers. Usual to...

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