The Getma v Guinea Legal Saga: Exploring Future Directions for Investment Arbitration in Africa
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SEZs are important vehicles of a state's economic policy to attract foreign investments and this Special Issue focuses on the interaction with international law and arbitration. Editors: Dr. Yulia Levashova, Prof. Julien Chaisse, and Dr. Ilia Rachkov
The bi-annual Symposium on Salient Issues in Int'l Arbitration took place on November 14, 2019 at the Center on Int'l Commercial Arbitration (AUWCL) under the theme Int'l Arbitration in Times of Economic Nationalism" Eds. Dr. B. Arp & Dr. Polanco
Whether the USMCA is truly much different than NAFTA, let alone an improvement on it, is a matter of much debate which this special issue addressess. Eds: Chi Carmody, Kathleen Claussen, David Collins, and Todd Weiler.
This 2nd issue of TDM in 2019 covers a variety of topics including ISDS, Compensation and Damages, International Arbitration, Energy Charter Treaty, Latin America, Mediation, conference material incl. several (Young-)OGEMID seminar reports.
The papers in this Special Issue address several topics which can be divided into four parts: 1) EAEU's legal system; 2) ADR; 3) investment protection; and 4) development and sustainability issues.
The papers in this Special issue provide a useful starting point for further discussion and study about the inner-workings of the CPTPP and its impact on the various players in the Asia-Pacific region. Editors: E. Whitsitt, D. Bray, J. Chaisse, S. Forrest, T. Ishikawa, J. Kim, F.G. Sourgens
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