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EJIL: Talk! | 15-May-2017
While the debate on the treaty regulating business impact on human rights is likely to continue for a while longer, some recent developments in international investment law seem to be moving forward on international human rights law obligations for businesses
S2B | 20-Feb-2017
Globalisation is at a dangerous crossroads. One path leads to regained policy-space for governments to address climate change, inequality and other pressing issues of our times. The other leads to more rights for corporations to bully decision-makers.
AFL-CIO | 21-Dec-2016
It is important that everyday working people’s perspectives lead the debate, starting with how to rewrite NAFTA.
Sierra Club | 22-Nov-2016
We urgently need a new approach to trade that prioritizes the needs of people and planet.
The Guardian | 17-Nov-2016
Rising inequality is largely to blame for this electoral upset. Continuing with business as usual is not an option.
American Prospect | 22-Sep-2016
The new president needs a fresh approach to trade.
The Wire | 18-Jul-2016
India is seeking to terminate BITs signed with 57 countries and sign joint interpretative statements with the other 25 treaty states – all an outcome of the country’s new model BIT.
S2B | 31-May-2016
This report discusses options for the following aspects of the treaty: access to remedy; enforcement mechanisms; and its relationship with the trade and investment regime.
IISD | 29-May-2016
Results from an IISD expert meeting held in Montreux, Switzerland, May 23–24, 2016.
Both Ends | 22-Mar-2016
On the need to create sound policy frameworks for investment.

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