Born startles with reference to Nazi history
The latest EFILA conference looked at the resurgent role of states in arbitration, with a keynote speech by Gary Born provoking discussion by asking whether the current criticism of investor-state dispute settlement and support for a multilateral investment court has parallels with the Nazis' quelling of arbitration in Germany in the 1930s.
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