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Arbitration International – Volume 37, Issue 1, March 2021

Arbitration International - Volume 37, Issue 1, March 2021

Arbitration International Volume 37, Issue 1, March 2021 ISSN: 0957-0411, EISSN: 1875-8398 @LCIAnews @OUPAcademic The Official Journal of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) General Editor: Professor Wiliam W. Park Deputy General Editors: Hege Elisabeth Kjos, Ruth Teitelbaum and Thomas W. Walsh Editors: Jawad Ahmad, Klaus Peter Berger, Nigel Blackaby, …

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The BRICS in the New International Legal Order on Investment

The BRICS in the New International Legal Order on Investment

The BRICS in the New International Legal Order on Investment Series: Silk Road Studies in International Economic Law, Volume: 4 Editors: Congyan Cai, Huiping Chen and Yifei Wang ISBN: 978-90-04-37698-4 (Hardback)Publicado: 09 April 2020 CONTENIDO AcknowledgementsAbbreviationsContributors 1 Introduction  Congyan Cai and Yifei Wang 2 Investment Facilitation and the Contribution of the …

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Arbitration International – Volume 35, Issue 3, September 2019

Arbitration International - Volume 35, Issue 3, September 2019

Arbitration International Volume 35, Issue 3, September 2019 ISSN: 0957-0411, EISSN: 1875-8398 @LCIAnews @OUPAcademic The Official Journal of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) General Editor: Professor Wiliam W. Park Deputy General Editors: Hege Elisabeth Kjos, Ruth Teitelbaum and Thomas W. Walsh Editors: Jawad Ahmad, Klaus Peter Berger, Nigel Blackaby, …

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América Latina y el Caribe frente al nuevo orden mundial: Poder, globalización y respuestas regionales

América Latina y el Caribe frente al nuevo orden mundial: Poder, globalización y respuestas regionales, Andrés Serbin (edit.)

América Latina y el Caribe frente al nuevo orden mundial: Poder, globalización y respuestas regionales Carolina Silva Pedroso  América Latina y el Caribe frente al nuevo orden mundial: Poder, globalización y respuestas regionales, Andrés Serbin (edit.), Buenos Aires, Icaria Editorial/Ediciones CRIES, 2018, 324 pp. Descarga gratuita en http://bit.ly/2QvHvCR Es casi …

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Favourite Readings 2018: The Power of Words

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Favourite Readings 2018: The Power of Words Editor’s note: Continuing a tradition started by Isabel Feichtner a few years ago, EJIL’s Review Editor, Christian J. Tams, invited members of the EJIL board to offer short reflections on their favourite books of the year 2018. In the following days we will present some selections …

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Palestine v United States: Why the ICJ does not need to decide whether Palestine is a state

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Palestine v United States: Why the ICJ does not need to decide whether Palestine is a state Palestine’s institution of proceedings against the United States before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has already drawn much attention on this blog (see here and here) and elsewhere. A great deal has …

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EJIL Call for Papers: International Law and Democracy Revisited – The EJIL 30th Anniversary Symposium

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

EJIL Call for Papers: International Law and Democracy Revisited – The EJIL 30th Anniversary Symposium EJIL was founded in 1989, coinciding with the fall of the Berlin Wall and the attendant excitement encapsulated by that well-known optimistic/hubristic End of History phraseology, with predictions of liberal democracy to become regnant in …

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Achmea: The principle of autonomy and its implications for intra and extra-EU BITs

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Achmea: The principle of autonomy and its implications for intra and extra-EU BITs On 6 March 2018, the CJEU issued its judgment in Case C-284/16 Achmea, where it opined that intra-EU BITs and in particular their ISDS provisions are incompatible with the principle of autonomy of EU law. In a …

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Security Council Resolutions as Evidence of Customary International Law

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Security Council Resolutions as Evidence of Customary International Law In 2012 the International Law Commission began to address one of the last major uncodified areas of public international law: how norms of customary law (CIL) are to be identified.  The exercise at the ILC has not been an easy one.  …

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If President Trump Ends the Iran Deal, Can He Trigger the Security Council Snapback?

OpinioJuris

If President Trump Ends the Iran Deal, Can He Trigger the Security Council Snapback? by Jean Galbraith [Jean Galbraith is an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School] President Trump has reportedly made a decision about whether or not to end the Iran deal – although …

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The Origins and Fall of Treaty Supremacy and Its Significance

OpinioJuris

The Origins and Fall of Treaty Supremacy and Its Significance by Thomas Lee [Thomas Lee is the Leitner Family Professor of International Law and the Director of Graduate and International Studies at Fordham Law School. This is the fifth post in our symposium this week on treaty supremacy.] Imagine Congress passes, …

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Laudo del CIADI reconoce posibilidad de interponer contrademandas contra el inversor y las obligaciones de derechos humanos de las empresas (¡al final este régimen comienza a progresar!)

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Laudo del CIADI reconoce posibilidad de interponer contrademandas contra el inversor y las obligaciones de derechos humanos de las empresas (¡al final este régimen comienza a progresar!) Por Nicolás Carrillo Santarelli Como confesé en su momento, he sido escéptico y algo contrario a la práctica arbitral del derecho de la …

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