ISDS reformado
African Law Business | 14-feb-2018
South Africa’s new arbitration law came into force at the end of 2017. Now lawyers and clients alike will have to see if it lives up to its promises.
CCSI | 12-feb-2018
Evidence suggests that the inclusion of ISDS in investment treaties may not actually be effective, or optimally effective, while at the same time, ISDS imposes significant costs on the sustainable development objectives of states.
Asia Times | 6-feb-2018
A new battle is taking shape on the world scene. It sees China and the West compete in affirming their respective investment standards around the globe.
IISD | 11-ene-2018
Más de 300 expertos, incluyendo a negociadores de alto nivel de acuerdos internacionales de inversión (AIIs) y representantes de organizaciones intergubernamentales, sociedad civil, sector académico y sector privado se reunieron en Ginebra.
Judicial Power Project | 9-ene-2018
As the turbulence in the global economy and backlash against neoliberalism continues, opposition to the international investment regime and ISDS from the left seems destined to grow.
IISD | 22-dic-2017
Plus de 300 experts, notamment des négociateurs de haut-niveau d’accords internationaux d’investissement et des représentants d’organisations intergouvernementales, de la société civile ainsi que des secteurs universitaires et privés se sont réunis à Genève
IISD | 22-dic-2017
More than 300 experts, including high-level negotiators of international investment agreements and representatives from intergovernmental organizations, civil society, academia and the private sector convened in Geneva.
CIEL | 18-dic-2017
More than 40 governments met as part of a working group of the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) to discuss reforms to the investor-state dispute settlement system.
EJIL: Talk! | 12-dic-2017
The investment treaty system is likely to be marked by the co-existence of investor-state arbitration and an international investment court, leading to pluralism rather than a dichotomous either/or choice or a clear before-and-after moment.
EJIL: Talk! | 12-dic-2017
This Working Group was not “business as usual” because it was much more government-led than is typical of UNCITRAL Working Groups and it started out with a vote instead of conforming to UNCITRAL’s typical approach of working by consensus.

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