The Most Discussed articles of 2014



  • CETA will provide greater certainty for investors suing foreign states

    The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement – implemented in an EU/Canada trade deal – introduces a bilateral Investment Court System and will transform it into a Multilateral Investment Tribunal. By Anna Jermak Introduction Given that foreign investments significantly contribute to a country’s economic prosperity, States have been trying to attract foreign investors by offering them […]

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  • Brexitology: the deal and the problem

    The UK will probably apply lower environmental and social standards, and in exchange will have EU tariffs applied to its goods and restrictions on freedom of movement to the EU. By Michael Smith Britain formally left the EU on 31 January, and is now in a transition perioduntil the end of the year. Boris Johnson’s […]

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