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The Network for Justice in Global Investment is a joint effort by citizens and organizations in a variety of countries to challenge one of the most anti-democratic aspects of the global economic order – the rules governing international investment. Read More.

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IIA Issues Note – Reform of the IIA Regime: Four Paths of Action and a Way Forward

Source: Investmentpolicyhub.unctad.org / Jun 26, 2014

UNCTAD Launches Information Note Analyzing ISDS Cases Involving the US or EU Member States, or their investors

Source: Investmentpolicyhub.unctad.org / Jun 20, 2014

UNCTAD: Trends in Outward Investments by TNCs in 2013 and Prospects for 2014-15

Source: Unctad.org

Canada setting new global standard for TPP secrecy

Source: Canadians.org / Media Release June 27, 2014

The Pacific trade deal, Fast Track, and the 2014 elections

Source: Foe.org / by: Bill Waren / June 20, 2014

Open for Litigation: Australia, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Source: Medium.com / 28 May, 2014

Little to gain and much to lose for Australia in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)

Source: Aftinet.org.au / by Jemma Williams

Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) not in Australia’s interest, say community organisations

Source: Aftinet.org.au / May 20, 2014

Mainstream media silence on investor-state dispute settlements in the TPPA

Source: Thedailyblog.co.nz / by Prof Jane Kelsey / May 14, 2014

Guatemalans file lawsuit against Canadian mining company for 2013 shooting

Source: CCIJ.CA /, June 18, 2014

Ecuador forced to accept a free trade agreement without negotiations

Seattle to Brussels Network / Source: Stopcorporateimpunity.org / June 13, 2014

Business v state investment disputes in EU spotlight

Source: Bbc.com / by Andrew Walker – BBC World Service Economics correspondent / June 11, 2014

A world run for shareholders

Source: Mondediplo.com/ by Serge Halimi / June, 2014

Webinar with Howard Mann on CETA Investment & ISDS

Source: Council of Canadians / June 6, 2014

Are treaty parties clawing back investment protections?

Source: Globalarbitrationreview.com / Sebastian Perry / June 5, 2014

Regulating Capital Flows in Emerging Markets: the IMF and the Global Financial Crisis

Source: Bu.edu GEGI Working Paper Series / By Kevin P. Gallagher and Yuan Tian / May, 2014

Column: Make BIT reviews transparent

Source: Financialexpress.com / May 29 2014

Corporate capture: Europe trade talks threaten environment

Source: Foe.org / by Bill Waren /May 29, 2014

Investor-to-state dispute settlement is a rigged system

Source: Acta.ffii.org / May 28, 2014

De Gucht assures that TTIP will probably be a mixed agreement

Source: Bilaterals.org / May 26, 2014

TTIP statement from the 2014 Congress of the Nordic Transport Workers’ Federation

Source: Velferdsstaten.no / Malmoe, Sweden, May 22-23, 2014

Pan-EU civil society coalition rejects US-EU free trade deal process

Source: Corporateeurope.org / May 21, 2014

Read The Secret Trade Memo Calling For More Fracking and Offshore Drilling

Source: Huffingtonpost.com / by Zach Carter , Kate Sheppard / May 19, 2014

Proposed plans for US-EU trade deal would weaken health, consumer, worker and environmental protections

Source: Corporateeurope.org / May 12, 2014

Obama-Merkel Summit Presents Perfect Opportunity to Drop Controversial Foreign ‘Investor-State’ Rights in U.S.-EU Trade Pact

Source: Citizen.org / May 1, 2014

ISDS threatens privacy and reform of copyright and patent law

Source: Acta.ffii.org / April 30, 2014

BIPAs not serving India’s interest: Commerce Ministry

Source: Bilaterals.org / May 21, 2014

Improving Investment Treaties through General Exceptions Provisions: The Australian Example

Source: Cato.org / by Simon Lester / May 14, 2014.

178 Groups Demand Answers About TTIP’s Climate Impact

Source: Ecowatch.com / May 14, 2014

Investor-state arbitration system needs ‘complete overhaul’

Source: Bilaterals.org / by Kuala Lumpur / May 9, 2014

Crossing the Ocean By Feeling For the BITs: Investor-State Arbitration in China’s Bilateral Investment Treaties

Source: Bu.edu GEGI Working Paper Series / By Amos Irwin / May, 2014

Gabriel may seek billions in arbitration over stalled Romanian mine

Source: Theglobeandmail.com / April 30, 2014