The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Provision in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Not the Death Knell Critics Are Looking For

Michael Pucci, Vol. 37 Associate Editor A little over a year before handing over the keys to the White House […]

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Legal Uncertainty Remains in International Arbitration for Chinese-Foreign Disputes

Zhouyuan Diana Duan Vol. 37 Executive Editor Vol. 36 Associate Editor Introduction The question of whether a foreign arbitral institution […]

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South China or West Philippine Sea? United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and International Arbitration

Sam Fitzpatrick, Vol. 36 Associate Editor On January 23, 2013, the Republic of the Philippines initiated binding arbitration in the […]

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