Source: Aflcio.org / March 3, 2014
Source: Transnational Institute / February 2014
Source: Bernama.com.my / February 21, 2014
Brochure by John Hillary. Source: Rosa Luxembourg Foundation Rosalux-europa.info / 2014
Source: Ft.com / February 18, 2014 / Letter to the Financial Times by Jos Dings and Pieter de Pous.
Minister says future BITs may be considered but “within alternative framework”. Source: Bdlive.co.za / by Mark Allix / 18th February 2014
Public Health Association of Australia
A group of academics and non-government organisations has today released a policy brief highlighting the potential effects of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) on the health of Australians.
The document is a preliminary output from a Health Impact Assessment of the controversial trade agreement, which is in the final stages of negotiation. Chief negotiators from
Perspectives on topical foreign direct investment issues by the Vale Columbia Center on Sustainable International Investment
No. 115, February 17, 2014 Editor-in-Chief: Karl P. Sauvant (Karl.Sauvant@law.columbia.edu) Managing Editor: Shawn Lim (email@example.com)
The “spaghetti bowl” of IIAs: The end of history?
by Joachim Karl*
In his famous book, ”The End of History and the Last Man”, published in 1992,
OPINION: The Trans-Pacific Partnership covers a lot of non-trade matters, so why is there a reluctance to discuss the overall balance of costs and benefits, asks Simon Terry.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is very different from past trade deals and the differences matter.
It bundles together standard gains from trade with a wide range of non-trade matters that will set privileges for
Source: Miningwatch.ca / February 13th 2014
Source: Ticotimes.net / By Zach Dyer / February 10th 2014
Source: Australia Fair Trade and Investment Network Ltd. Aftinet.org.au / By Dr Patricia Ranald
Source: Aftinet.org.au / February 17th, 2014
Source: Euractiv.com / February 11th, 2014
Source: Le Monde Diplomatique, Mondediplo.com / By Robin Oisín Llewelly / 11th February 2014
After months of saber rattling, Infinito Gold, Ltd. announced Monday that
February 5, 2013
The undersigned European, Canadian and Quebec organizations strongly oppose the inclusion of an excessive investment protection chapter and investor-state dispute settlement process (ISDS) in the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) for the following reasons:
ISDS weakens democracy: The dispute process creates a parallel legal system that is exclusively available to foreign investors and multinational corporations. These investors increasingly
Source: Center for International Environmental Law, Ciel.org / January 29th, 2014