reformed ISDS
IISD | 28-Jun-2017
Brazil has never approved any BITs nor did it sign the ICSID Convention but it continued to receive significant amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI), consolidating its position as one of the world’s top recipients of FDI
UNCTAD | 21-Jun-2017
International investment agreement (IIA) reform has made significant progress.
EJIL: Talk! | 15-Jun-2017
The investor-state arbitration landscape is shifting under our feet. The utility and legitimacy of traditional investor-state arbitration have come under fire, but states have not converged on a viable alternative.
The Hindu | 2-Jun-2017
‘IIA, which has a pro-investor bias, aims to protect only capital and not labour,’ said Saurabh Garg, the Joint Secretary in Indian Finance Ministry’s Department of Economic Affairs.
Campact | 1-Jun-2017
The proposed Multilateral Investment Court would give large corporations an exclusive justice system.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 16-May-2017
How far does the new Bolivian arbitration act go in its intent to keep State arbitration inside the country?
EJIL: Talk! | 16-May-2017
The treaty is an important attempt by two developing countries to move toward a new generation of BITs fully aligned with the evolution of international law.
EJIL: Talk! | 15-May-2017
While the debate on the treaty regulating business impact on human rights is likely to continue for a while longer, some recent developments in international investment law seem to be moving forward on international human rights law obligations for businesses
Lexology | 15-May-2017
While India and Indonesia may have withdrawn from existing BITs, this does not necessarily leave foreign investors without any protection.
Financial Times | 9-May-2017
The growing number of investor claims against sovereign host states has fuelled a backlash against bilateral investment treaties and free-trade agreements across the world.

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