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Below is a list of featured articles that have previously appeared on the Investment Claims homepage.

Conversations and Crossroads: the 2019 Investment Claims Summer Academy by Frédéric Sourgens

Investment and Treaty Arbitration: the CJEU’s Decisions on EUSFTA and Achmea BV, the BGH’s and Vattenfalls’ (ICSID) Follow-up, Invalidity v. Non-Application of intra EU BITs by Prof. Dr. Guido Carducci (January 2019)

United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement: Fragmentation and Curtailment of Investor State Dispute Settlement by David Earnest, Shearman & Sterling LLP (December 2018)

How Does Investment Arbitration Affect "Third Parties"? by Dr Zoe Phillips Williams, LSE (November 2018)

Human Rights Counterclaims in Investment Treaty Arbitration by Eric De Brabandere, Leiden University (October 2018)

Cross-Roads or Changing of the Guards in Investor State Arbitration by Diane Desierto, Ian Laird & Frederic Sourgens (October 2018)

China as a Global ISDS Power by Diane A. Desierto (August 2018)

The (changing) landscape of investment arbitration in the energy sector after the Achmea judgment by Maxi Scherer (June 2018)

Evidence in Investor-State Arbitration – A Restatement by Freddy Sourgens, Washburn University School of Law, Kabir Duggal, Baker & McKenzie LLP, and Ian Laird, Crowell & Moring LLP (May 2018)

Defining Access to Justice in International Arbitration by Victoria Shannon Sahani, Associate Professor of Law (tenured), Arizona State University (April 2018)

Yearbook on International Investment Law & Policy 2015-2016 (March 2018)

The New DIAC Rules: Dubai’s ascent from regional to global arbitration hub by Faris Nasrallah, Solicitor, Senior Courts of England and Wales (February 2018)

What is Wrong with the International Investment Law Regime? by Dr Emilia Onyema, Reader in International Commercial Law, SOAS University of London (January 2018)

Ecuador and ISDS – A Rough Journey and a Possible New Beginning by César Coronel Ortega, Senior Associate at Coronel & Pérez Abogados (December 2017)

The Sociological Evolution of International Arbitration by Dr Florian Grisel, Centre national de la recherche scientifique & King's College London (November 2017)

The Mauritius Convention on Transparency Enters into Force by Bart Wasiak, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer (October 2017)

India’s Revised Model BIT: Two Steps Forward, One Step Back? by Jesse Coleman and Kanika Gupta (October 2017)

Enforcement of Put and Call Options – Challenges in Manoeuvring the Exit by Raj R. Panchmatia, Partner, Peshwan Jehangir, Associate Partner, and Parth Gokhale, Associate; Khaitan & Co, Mumbai (September 2017)

The Reign of Law in International Investment Decision-making by Diane Desierto, Ian Laird, & Frederic Sourgens, Co-chairs of the Investment Claims Summer Academy, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (August 2017)

Editorial Advisory Board Announcement (July 2017)

Transparency and Public Participation: Balancing Investors’ Rights and Environmental Interests by Flavia Marisi, Chinese University of Hong Kong (June 2017)

The Trump Administration’s Current Policy on Investor State Dispute Settlement by David Earnest, Shearman & Sterling LLP (April 2017)

Revealing Not-for-Profit Third-Party Funders in Investment Arbitration by Victoria Shannon Sahani, Washington and Lee University, School of Law (March 2017)

SIAC Investment Arbitration Rules 2017 by Mark Mangan, Partner and Henry Defriez, Associate; Dechert LLP (January 2017)

SCC New Arbitration Rules - Main Changes by Jakob Ragnwaldh, Partner, Mannheimer Swartling (January 2017)

Argentina is back in the BIT negotiation arena by Facundo Pérez-Aznar, Senior Researcher, CIDS – Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva (November 2016)

Remembering Aron Broches by Antonio R. Parra (October 2016)

SIAC Arbitration Rules 2016 by Mark Mangan, Partner and Claire Chong, Associate; Dechert LLP (August 2016)

SIAC Investment Arbitration Rules by Mark Mangan, Partner and Henry Defriez, Associate; Dechert LLP (June 2016)

The Structural Challenge of Investment Arbitration Viewed through the Lens of Third-Party Funding by Victoria Shannon, Assistant Professor of Law, Washington & Lee University School of Law.

Creating Conduits; Summary Report of the First Annual Oxford Investment Claims Summer Academy, St. Anne’s College (Oxford)

Yukos saga continues as largest arbitration awards in history are set aside