ISDS reformado
South Centre | 28-feb-2020
The basis of a claim in ISDS is always the applicable international investment agreement. There would always be differences and inconsistencies with an appellate mechanism.
EJIL: Talk! | 18-feb-2020
As observers of the UNCITRAL process, we watch the debates with great interest, writing about the emergence of different camps, giving perspectives on how the process fits within broader geopolitical developments, and offering potential models for moving forward.
| 31-ene-2020
We civil society organizations and trade unions from the African continent express our concerns about the proposal presented by the European Union to establish a multilateral investment court and support further reaching reforms of ISDS.
IELP | 27-ene-2020
The UNCITRAL Working Group III turned squarely to designing permanent institutions: a standing appellate mechanism and a multilateral investment court (MIC).
The Globalist | 27-ene-2020
The US government used to be the chief proponent of strong investor protection clauses in international trade deals. No longer. What happened?
IISD | 19-nov-2019
In investor–state dispute settlement (ISDS), ironies do occasionally occur. Sometimes they’re bitter. Sometimes they’re carbon-intensive. Sometimes they’re radioactive.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 19-nov-2019
Global investment governance needs to be redesigned for the 21st century, with people and the planet at the core.
EJIL: Talk! | 24-oct-2019
In the end, states have the power to decide collectively what reforms to pursue, in what order and in what form. Individually, they will also have choice about which particular reform options to adopt.
EJIL: Talk! | 24-oct-2019
This process is likely to end with a plural solution in which both models (ISDS and a permanent court), and possibly others, exist.
IISD | 14-oct-2019
Varios Estados participantes en el proceso de la CNUDMI ya han adoptado alternativas viables a la ISDS.

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