International Investment Arbitration and Principle of State Consent: A Case for Derogation?

Introduction[1] The principle of state consent is one of the well-established principles in international dispute settlement. Respecting this principle ensures an award’s acceptance and proper implementation by the parties. However, on some occasions, a derogation of this principle has been made to expand the jurisdiction by the investment arbitral tribunals as the primary focus ofContinue reading “International Investment Arbitration and Principle of State Consent: A Case for Derogation?”