Dear Colleagues,


AIB Insights is pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue (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: 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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