militarism | terrorism | security
Media Congo | 9-Aug-2021
New evidence from a UN report and a high-profile investor arbitration case is casting a spotlight on Rwanda’s role in sophisticated smuggling networks that extract gold and coltan from Congolese conflict zones and funnel the strategically important minerals illicitly into global supply chains.
The Globe and Mail | 6-Aug-2021
New evidence from a UN report and a high-profile investor arbitration case is casting a spotlight on Rwanda’s role in sophisticated smuggling networks that extract gold and coltan from Congolese conflict zones and funnel the strategically important minerals illicitly into global supply chains.
Delfi | 2-Aug-2021
The Ukrainian owners of Lithuania’s air defense systems developer and producer LiTak-Tak has submitted a claim to the Lithuanian government, saying they will turn to international arbitration if no deal is reached within six months.
Lakroan’i Madagasikara | 10-May-2021
Les remous politiques et économiques du coup d’Etat de 2009 ne sont pas terminés. La preuve cette sanction prononcée par le tribunal arbitral de la Banque mondiale après 12 années de bataille juridique.
Ahval | 4-Nov-2019
Ankara is in conflict with an international investment tribunal after a Turkish court has rejected a demand to halt criminal proceedings regarding a Turkish media tycoon and his family.
Cambridge International Law Journal | 20-Nov-2018
A reasonable ICSID Tribunal would have followed the paths of previous arbitral decisions in determining the liability of a host state under the Full Protection and Security obligation, the Ampal Tribunal did not.
Herbert Smith Freehills | 19-Sep-2018
An UNCITRAL arbitral tribunal has reportedly dismissed a US$36 million claim by a French investor, Louis Dreyfus Armateurs SAS (“LDA“), against India under the 1997 France-India bilateral investment treaty.

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