The Need for the Implementation of a Multilateral Agreement on Investment vis-à-vis Dispute Settlement in WTO

Aayushi Singh* Introduction - Cogs of the same wheel – Trade and FDI Grazia Ietto-Gillies’ theories were based on the classical theory of trade in which the motive behind trade was a result of the difference in the costs of production of goods between two countries, focusing on the low cost of production as a … Continue reading The Need for the Implementation of a Multilateral Agreement on Investment vis-à-vis Dispute Settlement in WTO

Diffusing the ‘Powder Keg’ through Regional Multilateralism: The Case for Investment Autarchy in the Balkans

  by Horia Ciurtin LL.M., Managing Editor of the EFILA Blog* Re-published by courtesy of Kluwer Arbitration Blog. Just like a century ago – and throughout their entire history – the Balkans remain a zone of structural instability. In this respect, the ‘end of history’ has not come around to the fringes of Europe, as Francis Fukuyama … Continue reading Diffusing the ‘Powder Keg’ through Regional Multilateralism: The Case for Investment Autarchy in the Balkans