Vol. 43 Nbr. 4, June - June 2015
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- The in dubio pro development principle: a right to development in trade and investment regimes.
- Negotiating an energy deal under TTIP: drivers and impediments to U.S. shale exports to Europe.
- Justifications and limitations for adopting divergent competition policy and law in emerging economies.
- Currency wars: the need for international solutions.
- In the name of food security: the achievements and failures of developing countries in the Bali Ministerial Conference.
- The end of hibernation of stabilization clause in investment arbitration: reassessing its contribution to sustainable development.
- The Brazilian approach to South-South trade and investment: the case of Angola.
- Steps towards an alignment of intellectual property in South-South exchanges: a return to TRIPs.
- The interpretation of general exceptions in international trade and investment law: is a sustainable development interpretive approach possible?
- Transnational agricultural investments and host states' export restriction flexibilities under international economic law.