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The Nature of Investors’ Rights: A Reply to Martins Paparinskis

Jessica Howley is partway through a DPhil at Magdalen College, University of Oxford.   In his EJIL article, Martins Paparinskis outlines how the rules of State…

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The Nature of Investor’s Rights under Investment Treaties: A Comment on Paparinskis’ “Investment Treaty Arbitration and the (New) Law of State Responsibility”

Dr Anastasios Gourgourinis is Lecturer in Public International Law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Faculty of Law, and Research Fellow at the Academy of Athens.

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An EU-China Investment Agreement?

Notes from Glasgow #1 Many thanks to Dapo, Marko and Iain for inviting me to contribute to EJIL: Talk! on a regular basis. It’s a great blog,…

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The Global Countdown to October 17: International Responsibility for Foreseeable and Deliberate Sovereign Defaults?

The daily political saga of the United States federal government shutdown has the rest of the world riveted - not just for the ratcheting rapid-fire exchanges between President…

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A Critique of the Legitimate Expectations Doctrine in Investment Treaty Arbitration

Dr Yenkong Ngangjoh Hodu is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Manchester School of Law. In recent years, the concept of ‘legitimate expectations’ has routinely…

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The ‘other’ dialogue at the G20 Summit: International Responsibilities of Institutional Investors

The forthcoming G20 Leaders’ Summit on 5-6 September 2013 (pictured above left, credit) will expectedly…

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A Reply to Anthea Roberts and Federico Ortino

Anthea Roberts puts the argument of my book into broader international law perspective by asking three questions. First, she wonders whether there might be a need to reformulate…

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Custom, Public Law and the Human Rights Analogy

Anthea Roberts is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the London School of Economics and a Professor of Law at Columbia Law School.

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The International Minimum Standard and Fair and Equitable Treatment

Martins Paparinskis is a Junior Research Fellow at Merton College, Oxford. I am grateful to EJIL:Talk! for hosting the…

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Ecuador v. United States Inter-State Arbitration under a BIT: How to Interpret the Word “Interpretation”?

There is an inter-State arbitration pending between Ecuador and the United States under the Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) between those two countries (Treaty between United States of America and the…

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