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KluwerArbitrationBlog

23 Mar 2017
by Cesar A. Guimarães Pereira and Luísa Quintão

Has Brazil Made a Unilateral Binding Offer to Arbitrate in the 2016 Investment Partnership Program (PPI)?

A provision enacted in 2016 seems to have created a revolutionary change in Brazil’s approach to arbitration involving State parties. It is well-known that Brazil is not a party to the Washington Convention of 1965 nor of any ratified BIT (Bilateral Investment Treaty). The country has relied on commercial arbitration to resolve disputes with State... Continue reading The post Has Brazil Made a Unilateral Binding Offer to Arbitrate in the 2016 Investment Partnership Program (PPI)? appeared first on Kluwer Arbitration Blog . …
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KluwerMediationBlog

25 Mar 2017
by Ian Macduff

Working on Water – Again: A collapsing Consensus

In two earlier blog posts, I commented on the work of and risks to the Land and Water Forum in New Zealand. That there is cause to write again on this topic begins to feel like shaping up to the blog equivalent of Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: a Trilogy in Four Parts... Continue reading The post Working on Water – Again: A collapsing Consensus appeared first on Kluwer Mediation Blog . …

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