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International Sports Law Journal, The

Sports, recreation and the environment

Sports, recreation and the environment Brian Brooks A survey of contemporary literature on international sports and law discloses that, in many areas, the more things change the more they remain the same. In ancient Egyptian and Greek times, for example, a central question was how to resolve sporting disputes. These disputes ranged from violence between […]

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International Sports Law Journal, The

conflicts and some possible ways of resolving them in Europe

Co-branding in sport: conflicts and some possible ways of resolving them in Europe Ian Blackshaw Introductory Remarks Sport is now a global industry worth more than 3% of world trade and almost 2% of the combined GNP of the enlarged European Union comprising 25 Member Sates with a total population of 450 million (1). It […]