Once BITten, twice shy? The uncertain future of 'shared sovereignty' in investment treaty arbitration
Over the past half-century, but particularly in the last two decades, states have signed a considerable number of bilateral investment treaties (BITs), as well as a smaller number of bilateral and regional free trade agreements containing provisions on investment protection. These agreements are primarily enforced through an arbitration process known as investor-state dispute settlement. As a result, in nearly every country in the world some sovereign authority has been transferred from the...[Show more]
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