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September 2, 2014, 9:43 am, 1327821

A little while back,I wondered about public opinion on investment obligations. In this regard, my friend Luke Peterson points me to some dataon Americans' views of ICSID. It's such awful data, though, that I should probably just ignore it. I only highlight it to make suggestions for how ...


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Some details on an upcoming conference on mega-regionals:

On 23rd and 24th October 2014 the Research Centre for International Economic Law at the University of Dresden led by Professor Thilo Rensmann and the affiliated research project “Global TranSAXion” will be hosting a conference on “Mega-Regionals and the Future of International Trade ...


September 1, 2014, 9:43 am, 1327438

We talked about the "prudential exception"here,here, andhere, and then just recently here. In the last link, I mentioned that I had a short article coming out arguing for revised language for this exception. But the CETA negotiators beat me to it. Here's ...


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