ISDS révisé
Lexology | 16-jui-2022
As investor-state arbitration continues its growth as one of the most dynamic and controversial features of international investment law, developing countries must learn lessons from the decisions of arbitral tribunals on old-generation treaties.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 25-avr-2022
The 2019 Moroccan Model BIT is a good example of the growing body of ‘new generation’ Model BITs fuelling the ISDS reform conversation.
IISD | 1er-avr-2022
L’initiative vise à « examiner la manière dont les traités d’investissement futurs pourraient contribuer à répondre à ces défis et comment gérer les accords existants de manière pragmatique ».
IISD | 1er-avr-2022
The initiative is aimed at exploring “how the investment treaties of tomorrow could help address these challenges and how to deal with existing agreements in a pragmatic way.”
IISD | 1er-avr-2022
Le GTIII de la CNUDCI se réunira de nouveau du 5 au 16 septembre 2022, lors de sa 43e session formelle.
IISD | 1er-avr-2022
UNCITRAL WGIII will reconvene from September 5 to 16, 2022, at its 43rd formal session.
| 28-mar-2022
The question is whether states wish to cede a significant portion of their sovereignty to ISDS tribunals, giving them the authority to decide which state measures taken in the public interest are legitimate.
Global Justice Now | 2-mar-2022
It is perfectly possible to withdraw from trade deals containing corporate courts, as former South African trade minister Rob Davies explains.

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