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EU Commision President Juncker has suggested to carve out contentious clauses on investment protection from trade agreements. Szilárd Gáspár-Szilágyi provides comments on this EU Commission’s potential policy shift, which is most likely a response to recent EU law developments.
Recent criticism of investor-state arbitration has characterized it as an unaccountable, special-interest-driven threat to legitimate public policy. How did we get here; where did investor-state arbitration come from?