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This new book is the first to focus on the interaction between international investment law and other systems of international law.
Looking at the challenges in this area from the perspective of treaty conflicts, the author examines and comments on cases where obligations in two treaties can conflict with one another, such as:
Covering four main areas, the work offers you practical guidance and commentary on the evolution of investment treaties, the law of treaty conflicts, treaty conflicts in investor-state arbitration, and investment treaty conflicts and the European Union.
It covers every issue that you might expect to find in this contentious area, including:
How this book will help you:
Who should read this book?
It will be essential reading for investment arbitrators, cross-border investors, States who are parties to investment treaties, foreign investment policy makers, and others working in arbitration, human rights, environmental law, and international trade.