The PCA looks back on 2011
Alyx Barker • Monday, 6 August 2012 (9 months ago)
2011 was a busy year at the Permanent Court of Arbitration – the institution handled a record number of cases, appointed a new secretary general, welcomed four new member states and even took its first steps towards administering investor-space (as opposed to investor-state) disputes.
The Peace Palace in The Hague, home to the Permanent Court of Arbitration
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