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Global Arbitration Review | 21-Oct-2016
“In fairness, one must recognise that arbitration was designed to resolve one-on-one commercial disputes arising from contracts. It has been transplanted to treaty cases, where far more systematic issues are at stake and the transplant has essentially failed.”

TDM | 20-Oct-2016
This Special Issue presents diverse views on a number of salient topics affecting international arbitration involving the African continent.
Global Arbitration Review | 20-Oct-2016
A US energy investor has resubmitted an ICSID case against Guatemala, six months after an annulment committee found that the bulk of the US$243 million damages claim had been dismissed without adequate reasoning.
VOA | 20-Oct-2016
Protests against the Rosia Montana mine project continued for more than 15 years and resulted in the largest demonstrations in Romania since the late 1980’s.
Telesur | 19-Oct-2016
“We don’t want what happened to us to happen to the people in Dakota,” Piaguaje told teleSUR.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 19-Oct-2016
Climate change is a serious threat to humankind and arbitration could play a key role in this era.
CESTA - AT | 18-Oct-2016
Lo lamentable del caso es que el CIADI se haya tardado tanto en resolver tal demanda pues le ocasionó al gobierno salvadoreño un gasto superior a US$ 13 millones.