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However, he notes that there was no disagreement about these general principles themselves. The attempts to negotiate multilateral instruments served as crucial precursors to the modern BIT system.
Having failed to negotiate a multilateral treaty, developed countries did not throw out the negotiating draft but used it for their bilateral agreements with capital-importing countries.
Importantly, Schill suggests that — after the end of the decolonization movement with its widespread expropriations and in the aftermath of the Cold War — these principles were accepted and even promoted by developing countries and transition economies.
He points to a large number of BITs concluded between developing countries which incorporate exactly the same elements as earlier developed—developing country treaties.
It is debatable whether this was due solely to an ideological shift, as the author suggests, or was partly a result of the unthinking use of the existing treaties by governments as templates for new ones, or the fact that in each country pair there is one which perceives itself as the capital exporter.
The fact remains that BITs concluded by developing countries inter se are largely the same as the ones they have signed with developed economies.
A sceptic would point out that BITs are not identical, especially if one compares a first-generation BIT concluded in the s or s, of five to seven pages in length, with modern IIAs, which sometimes approach 50 pages particularly those concluded by Canada and the United States.
Schill acknowledges these differences but insists that they do not undermine the validity of the argument and that all, or practically all, BITs converge as far as the principal elements of investment treaties are concerned.
Further, the author sees the MFN principle as the key instrument that evens out differences in the level of protection offered by individual treaties, and thereby multilateralizes the system of international investment law chapter IV.
MFN clauses prevent states from making preferential concessions to investors from particular states except where this possibility is preserved by a special proviso, e.
Thinking further about the IIA landscape as a multilateral system, one could point out that there are countries without a single BIT in force Brazil is the best-known example , while others have very few Ireland has one.
And, as Schill explores in chapter V, by concluding even one BIT, a state may be considered to have joined the multilateral system.
This is because the effect of a typical BIT is not limited to a specific bilateral relationship. Perhaps even more significantly, as the author explains in the same chapter, BITs cover both direct and indirect owners of an investment, thereby effectively entitling any shareholder in the often long ownership chain to claim BIT protection.
This potentially leads to a multiplication of applicable investment treaties if the shareholders have different nationalities provided that each of the relevant countries has a BIT with the host state.
In practice, a host government will not know all relevant shareholder nationalities in advance, and this obliges it to act in conformity with the investment treaty which has the most far-reaching obligations.
Given that the abovementioned uncertainties are common to most, if not all, investment treaties, the way they are resolved in relation to a particular BIT impacts on the interpretation of BITs generally, including unrelated third-party BITs.
The interpretation theme continues in chapter VII, which shows how the idea of multilateralism reappears in the interpretative approaches of arbitral tribunals.
The fact that tribunals routinely refer to other arbitral decisions based on wholly unrelated IIAs is portrayed as a sign that tribunals perceive international investment law as a uniform and coherent body of law.
Research handbooks in international law. Edward Elgar. Investitionsschutz in EU-Freihandelsabkommen: Erosion gesetzgeberischer Gestaltungsmacht?
Eine rechtsvergleichende Analyse im Mehrebenengeflecht von Verfassungs-, Unions- und Völkerrecht am Beispiel des EU-Freihandelsabkommens mit Kanada CETA.
Zeitschrift für Ausländisches Öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht , 78 1 , Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform at UNCITRAL: A Looming Constitutional Moment?
Guest ed. Special issue: Oceans and Space: New Frontiers in Investment Protection? The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises and International Investment Agreements: Converging Universes.
Kessedjian Eds. El derecho internacional de inversiones y los intereses comunitarios. Salazar Ugarte, M. Ebert Eds. International Investment Law and Community Interests.
Nolte Eds. Internationales Investitionsschutzrecht und Gemeinwohlinteressen. Der Staat , 57 4 , Wherefore Art Thou?
Towards a Public Interest-Based Justification of International Investment Law. ICSID Review , 33 1 , International Investment Law and History: An Introduction.
Schill, C. Hofmann Eds. Frankfurt Investment and Economic Law series. Oceans and Space: New Frontiers in Investment Protection? An Introduction.
International Investment Law and History. Artikel 4 EUV. Grabitz, M. Nettesheim Eds. Ergänzungslieferung Beck. Africa and the Reform of the International Investment Regime.
Authority, Legitimacy, and Fragmentation in the Envisaged Dispute Settlement Disciplines in Mega-Regionals. Griller, W. Vranes Eds. International Economic Law Series.
Editorial: The Constitutional Frontiers of International Economic Law. Editorial: The New African Regionalism in International Investment Law.
MFN Clauses as Bilateral Commitments to Multilateralism: A Reply to Simon Batifort and J. Benton Heath. American Journal of International Law , 4 , Reforming Investor—State Dispute Settlement: A Comparative and International Constitutional Law Framework.
Journal of International Economic Law , 20 3 , Sources of International Investment Law: Multilateralization, Arbitral Precedent, Comparativism, Soft Law.
Oxford Handbooks. State Transparency. Nadakavukaren Schefer Eds. The Brave New American World of International Investment Law: Substantive Investment Protection Standards in Mega-Regionals.
Rensmann Ed. International Investment Law and the Global Financial Architecture: Identifying Linkages, Mapping Interactions.
Tams, S. Transnational Law of Public Contracts: An Introduction. Schill Eds. Sind Regelungen zur Investor-Staat-Streitbeilegung in EU-Freihandelsabkommen sinnvoll?
Kölner Schrift zum Wirtschaftsrecht , 7 2 , Editorial: US versus EU Leadership in Global Investment Governance.
In Defense of International Investment Law. Bungenberg, C. Herrmann, M. Terhechte Eds. European Yearbook of International Economic Law; No.
International Courts and Tribunals as Regulators of Counsel Conduct. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting - American Society of International Law , , Tanzi, A.
Asteriti, R. Turrini Eds. Nijhoff international investment law series; No. Maffezini v. Plama: reflections on the jurisprudential schism in the application of most-favored-nation clauses to matters of dispute settlement.
Kinnear, G. Fischer, J. Uran Bidegain Eds. Wolters Kluwer. ASIL Insights , 20 9. The Impact of International Investment Law on Public Contracts.
The Rule of Law and the Division of Labour Between National and International Law: The Case of International Energy Relations. Nollkaemper Eds.
Studies in international law; No. Hart Publishing. Reinisch, M. Binder Eds. Select proceedings of the European Society of International Law; Vol.
The Brave New American World of International in Investment Law: Substantive Investment Protection Standards in Mega-Regionals.
British Journal of American Legal Studies , 5 2 , Practising virtue: an introduction. Caron, S. Schill, A. Triantafilou Eds. Fair and Equitable Treatment: Content, Practice, Method.
Bungenberg, J. Griebel, S. Reinisch Eds. Revista de Direito Administrativo , , Conceptions of legitimacy of international arbitration.
Reforming international investment law and investor-state arbitration is a widespread concern. This is nowhere more manifest than in the heated debates in Germany and elsewhere about the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement CETA and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership TTIP.
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