ISDS révisé
| 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.
The Wire | 18-jan-2022
A recent report by the Standing Committee on External Affairs shows how there are two missing pieces to the puzzle.
Daily Express | 6-déc-2021
The EU Commission has launched infringement proceedings against seven member states over their failure to end intra-bilateral investments agreements.
Lawyer Monthly | 23-nov-2021
India’s steps to better protect itself hasn’t curbed the appetite of foreign investors, suggesting that the perceived correlation between FDI and robust investor protection is overstated.
Business Recorder | 25-oct-2021
Under the new template, federal government would not be liable for private investor disputes. Mediation would be made compulsory, while foreign arbitrators would be decided in advance through consensus.
Dawn | 22-oct-2021
Pakistan will renegotiate all bilateral investment treaties (BITs) on the basis of new BIT template being finalised by the government, a top official of the Board of Investment said.
OHCHR | 15-oct-2021
UN experts today called on States to ensure that international investment agreements do not provide a “safe harbour” for investors to abuse the human rights of individuals and communities.
Lexology | 15-oct-2021
Investor–state arbitration has grown over the years to become one of the most dynamic and controversial features of international investment law.

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