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This paper is part of a study focusing on the terminological and socio-organizational analysis of a corpus of 18 national and international standards, written in English, in the domains of business continuity activity management and risk management. The aim is to determine whether lobbying by certain countries seeking to impose their own national standards is a decisive element in standardization. First, we present the building of a new tool, called KONTRAST, designed to exploit the terminological variants in a non-stabilized terminological domain. Then we describe the workflow to build an RDF/SKOS/OWL base from an XML glossary and a use case to illustrate the ability of KONTRAST to detect influence networks.