AFP | 28-may-2015
L’accord de libre-échange, en cours de négociations entre Européens et Américains, a reçu une première marque de soutien du Parlement européen jeudi avec le feu vert de la commission en charge du commerce, ce qui a provoqué la colère des eurodéputés verts, fermement opposés à ce projet.
BBC | 28-may-2015
The resolution supported by the committee does not explicitly call for a ban on controversial investor-to-state dispute mechanisms (ISDS), instead calling for the jurisdiction of national courts to be "respected" in the deal.
NO 2 ISDS! | 25-may-2015
Join this e-action on the European Parliament, asking MEPs to pledge that they will reject ISDS in TTIP. The action is going to run until the vote in the plenary on 10 June and is available in 9 languages.
EurActiv | 14-may-2015
Richard Kozul-Wright, director at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), said support for investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) but not for state-investor was “incongruous”.
The Parliament Magazine | 7-may-2015
MEPs have threatened to block TTIP if ISDS is included, despite revised plans presented to them by European trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström.
Belga | 7-may-2015
La proposition de la commissaire européenne au Commerce, Cecilia Malmström, pour améliorer les procédures d’arbitrage (ISDS) entre États et multinationales dans le cadre de l’accord de libre-échange UE/États-Unis a reçu un accueil mitigé mercredi au Parlement européen.
EurActiv | 7-may-2015
European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström tried to convince MEPs that there are ways to keep the Investment-State Dispute Settlement in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment partnership deal. But unimpressed lawmakers failed to greet it as a full-fledged reform.
Macleans | 6-may-2015
Mission accomplished? Not quite. American negotiations with Europe may trigger more changes to CETA
Social Sciences Research Network | 6-may-2015
The European Commission’s most recent proposal for ISDS reflects a move away from fake reforms to something potentially more meaningful, but it is insufficient and unreliable, says legal expert Gus Van Harten.
Reuters | 5-may-2015
The EU’s trade chief proposed on Tuesday creating a new European court to settle disputes in international trade agreements, a step aimed at overcoming growing public resistance to a free-trade accord with the United States.

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