UNCITRAL
Michigan Journal of International Law | 27-Oct-2020
The problem with the ISDS is not the format of the dispute settlement. The problem is that it is designed to give corporations power to go after government policies.
TWN | 23-Oct-2020
Meaningful reform aligned with sustainable development seems less likely
IISD | 15-Oct-2020
En los últimos años, el Gobierno de Tanzania ha introducido cambios importantes a la legislación que rige la inversión extranjera en recursos naturales, y mecanismos relacionados con la solución de controversias, con el objetivo de librar a este sector de los vestigios de las relaciones “coloniales”.
EJIL: Talk! | 13-Oct-2020
Does moving online mean more governments and more officials participate? Or does it lessen the prestige and priority of the negotiations, leading to less engagement by key officials?
IISD | 13-Oct-2020
La Tanzanie a promulgué des modifications profondes de la législation régissant les investissements étrangers dans le secteur des ressources naturelles, dans le but de débarrasser le secteur des vestiges des relations « colonialistes ».
IISD | 13-Oct-2020
Tanzania has enacted significant changes to the legislation governing foreign investment in natural resources with the aim of ridding the sector of the vestiges of “colonial” relationships.
EJIL: Talk! | 8-Oct-2020
Effective and holistic reform must go beyond procedural matters and cover substantive matters in order to rebalance the system and address recurring concerns that threaten the legitimacy of the ISDS system.
Afronomics Law | 9-Sep-2020
The hegemon aspirants in international investment law have already, and perhaps unwittingly, revealed their three step manual: Disguise, dismiss, divert.
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.

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