Dear Colleagues,


 <> AIB Insights is pleased to
announce the publication of the latest issue (
l.pdf> Vol. 16, Issue 1)! 


This focused issue provides a discussion of the controversies surrounding
the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) system in the context of recent
international trade and investment agreements, and its implications for the
sovereignty of nation-states in the 21st century. With this issue, we hope
to spark an insightful scholarly conversation and thought-provoking
classroom discussions on this topic. Please find the table of content below.

Table of Contents:
l.pdf> Volume 16, Issue 1

> International Trade and Investment Agreements: Sovereignty at Bay in the
21st Century?

Klaus Meyer and Daniel Rottig


> Why Do Countries Commit to ISDS for Disputes with Foreign Investors?

Srividya Jandhyala


> The Outsized Costs of Investor–State Dispute Settlement

Lise Johnson and Lisa Sachs


> Is It Chilly Out There? International Investment Agreements and Government
Regulatory Autonomy

Christine Côté


> Once BITten, Forever Shy: Explaining India’s Rethink of Its Bilateral
Investment Treaty Provisions

Premila Nazareth Satyanand





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