10 juin 2017

REVUE : ICSID Review: Foreign Investment Law Journal (vol. 32, n°2, Spring 2017)

David ROY

The latest issue of the ICSID Review: Foreign Investment Law Journal (vol. 32, n°2, Spring 2017) is out.

Case Comments
John Fellas, Pavlos Petrovas, Diag Human SE v Czech Republic-Ministry of Health: A Broad Interpretation of the ‘Arbitration Exception’ of the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act 
Carlo de Stefano, Adel A Hamadi Al Tamimi v Sultanate of Oman: Attributing to Sovereigns the Conduct of State-Owned Enterprises: Towards Circumvention of the Accountability of States under International Investment Law 
Rattapong Supapa, Burlington Resources, Inc v Republic of Ecuador: Enforcing Economic Stability Guarantees through an Umbrella Mechanism: ‘Caveat Upstream Petroleum Investor’?
Andrew C. Blandford, The History of Fair and Equitable Treatment before the Second World War 
Ronald E.M. Goodman, Yuri Parkhomenko, Does the Chorzów Factory Standard Apply in Investment Arbitration? A Contextual Reappraisal 
Stephen S. Kho, Alan Yanovich, Brendan R. Casey; Johann Strauss, The EU TTIP Investment Court Proposal and the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Comparing Apples and Oranges? 
Jorge E. Viñuales, Investor Diligence in Investment Arbitration: Sources and Arguments 
Kenneth B. Reisenfeld, Joshua M. Robbins, Finality under the Washington and New York Conventions: Another Swing of the Pendulum? 
David Khachvani, Compensation for Unlawful Expropriation: Targeting the Illegality 
Joaquim P. Muniz, Kabir A.N. Duggal, Luis A.S. Peretti, The New Brazilian BIT on Cooperation and Facilitation of Investments: A New Approach in Times of Change 
Sungjin Kang, Conflict of Investment-Related Provisions under Regional Trade Agreements between Korea and China – Navigating the ‘Noodle Bowl’ 
Anthony C. Sinclair, Odysseas G. Repousis, An Overview of Provisional Measures in ICSID Proceedings 
Wei Wang, The Non-Precluded Measure Type Clause in International Investment Agreements: Significances, Challenges, and Reactions 

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