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KluwerArbitrationBlog

24 Jul 2014
by Ricardo Dalmaso Marques

Notes on the Persistent Latin American Countries’ Attitude Towards Investment Arbitration and ICSID

Investment arbitration is a crucial and sensitive dispute-resolution method, notably because the treatment given to foreign investment matters may materially affect the economic and social realities of a country or region, particularly those in development. In the last decade, however, …
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KluwerMediationBlog

23 Jul 2014
by Ian Macduff

Leaving disputants to their own devices

The title of this blog is not as harsh and heartless as it might seem at first sight. True, mediation proceeds largely on assumptions of disputant autonomy and participation; and the expectation is that the outcomes will be those designed …

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