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Bilateral investment treaties (BITs) have emerged as one of the most remarkable recent developments in international law and the hot topic of international lawyers. The author indicates that in the history of BIT practice, there is an issue on imbalance and/or un-equality between developed states...
Ambition for employing public international legal authority as a means for the protection of human health and the environment appears to be diminishing in our transnationalist economic era. Practical and political challenges in defining the complex relationships between States and transnationally...
The article examines General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) disciplines on capital transfers in light of the challenges stemming from massive surges of short-term capital. It identifies circumstances where the Agreement outlaws controls on capital inflows that are necessary for maintaining...