is written from a public international lawyer’s perspective and will focus on explaining core concepts of investment protection, how these concepts have evolved and how investment tribunals have interpreted them. It will also explain the main features of investment dispute settlement, concentrating on the currently prevailing system of investment arbitration, taking into account its historic antecedents as well as possible developments in the future.
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