During the past years, there has been a considerable amount of talks emphasizing issues of concern regarding investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS). Perhaps unsurprisingly, States have started to take an active stance with regard to the investment treaties in force that allow for recourse to ISDS. This article by PIL Advisory Group’s Associate Diana Moise, which appeared in Issue 2 of the International Law Gazette (15 June 2017), addresses the European Union (EU) policy regarding treaties that contain investment and dispute settlement provisions, the future of such treaties when the EU is involved, and recent developments on the global scene.

Access the article in Issue 2 of the International Law Gazette.


The Author

Diana Moise

Related Areas

Investor-State Arbitration