The latest volume of the Indian Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 12, 2020) is out, including an article by David Sifonios and myself on Trade and Environment

The latest volume of the Indian Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 12, 2020) is out, including an article by David Sifonios and myself on Trade and Environment

Contents include:

  • Gudrun Monika Zagel, India’s International Investment Agreements (IIAs) and Sustainable Development: Friends or Foes?
  • Madoka Shimada & Marie Wako, The Government Procurement Agreement and Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA): Lessons from Japan’s experience
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Can Invocation of Human Rights Enhance Justice and Social Legitimacy in Investment Adjudication?
  • David Sifonios & Andreas R. Ziegler, “Tuna – Dolphin Forever”? The Development of the PPM Debate Related to Trade and Environment in the WTO
  • Ben Juratowitch, Departing from confidentiality in international dispute resolution
  • Mah Hao Ran, Ian & Aaron Cheuk Yuet Tim, Dispute settlement system under attack: A move away from multilateralism?
  • Abhishek Rana & Manya Gupta, Has the Vietnamese Dragon veritably ascended into the club of Market Economies? A question that still befuddles the Indian authorities

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