ECOLOGICAL CONFLICT AS PART OF ETHNOPOLITICAL CRISIS IN SOUTHERN NIGERIA (STAGES AND PERSPECTIVES)
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ECOLOGICAL CONFLICT AS PART OF ETHNOPOLITICAL CRISIS IN SOUTHERN NIGERIA (STAGES AND PERSPECTIVES)
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Daria Georgi 
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67-70
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The article examines aspects and stages of conflict between multinational corporations, that produce oil in Niger Delta in the South of Nigeria, and indigenous of the region. Special attention is played to legal claims initiated by ecological companies and indigenous against SPDC, subsidiary company of Royal Dutch Shell. Problem of conflict settlement and conjunction between the conflict and the regional crisis of Southern Nigeria, which is lasting almost 15 years, are also covered.
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ethnopolitical conflict, Niger Delta, multinational corporations, oil production, Nigeria, corporate responsibility
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01.07.2014
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