Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP | 4-Oct-2023
Despite Ukraine’s recently announced termination of the BIT, and thanks to the continued application of its sunset clause, the treaty may yet give rise to a number of future claims.
The Hindu | 2-Oct-2023
Since India’s quest has been to establish a rule-based global order, its support for an appellate review will ensure more state and investor confidence in international investment law.
The Saturday Paper | 2-Oct-2023
Clive Palmer’s move to sue the government in a secretive international tribunal highlights the need to amend Australia’s trade policy to prevent claims that could hamper emissions reduction efforts.
Venezuelanalysis | 2-Oct-2023
Multinational corporation ConocoPhillips is seeking to join a court-mandated sale of CITGO shares to collect on a US $8.5 billion international arbitration award.
The East African | 28-Sep-2023
Canadian firm Winshear Gold Corp has announced the suspension of its multimillion-dollar arbitration proceedings against Tanzania over a mining license dispute dating back to 2018, saying it had reached a “conditional settlement agreement” with Dodoma.
Proactive | 28-Sep-2023
A writ will be pursued by Panthera for alleged breaches by India of the Bilateral Investment Treaty with Australia, the company said in a statement.
DeSmog | 28-Sep-2023
A UN expert calls for ending confidential arbitration agreements in development and trade treaties, which are forcing nations to roll back climate, enviro, human rights protections while owing fossil fuel companies billions in damages.
TNI | 25-Sep-2023
Investment protection is necessary to encourage energy transition investment.
The Real News Network | 25-Sep-2023
The crumbling of European empires after WWII didn’t usher in a new era of democracy—instead, we now live in a regime of international corporate rule.
St. Vincent Times | 22-Sep-2023
Grenada government in talks with developers to resume major hotel project after a resolution to their dispute.

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