Forthcoming Symposium: Centering Voices From the Global South on Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform: A Debate

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September 5, 2020

We are excited about our forthcoming symposium which centres the voices of amazing scholars from the Global South on the Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform. The written symposium will run from September 7th  2020.

Symposium: Centering Voices From the Global South on Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform: A Debate 

ConvenorsJames Thuo Gathii and Olabisi D. Akinkugbe

Contributors

James Thuo Gathii and Olabisi D. Akinkugbe: Symposium Introduction

Nyanje John: Hegemony in Investor State Dispute Settlement: How African States Need to Approach Reforms

Dominic Npoanlari Dagbanja: Hegemony in Investor State Dispute Settlement: How African States Need to Approach Reforms – A Response

Jean Ho: Hegemony 101 in International Investment Law

Harrison O. Mbori: Exit is the Only Way Out: A Polemic Response to John Nyanje’s “Hegemony in Investor State Dispute Settlement: How African states need to Approach Reforms”

Dilini Pathirana: Sovereign Rights to Natural Resources as a Basis for Denouncing International Adjudication of Investment Disputes: A Reflection on the Tanzanian Approach

Sannoy Das: ISDS Reform and the Problems of Imagining Our Future

We thank all the Contributors to this excellent symposium.