International Investment Law and the European Union: A Reply to Catharine Titi

M. Paparinskis
2015 European journal of international law  
Reasonable people might disagree whether the European Union (EU) is likely to make a significant and commendable contribution to international investment law. This article addresses two issues of relevance for this discussion. First, it considers the appropriateness of evaluating developments in international investment law in terms of balance between investor protection and the right to regulate. Second, the contribution of the recent EU practice is briefly examined, finding it less interesting and innovative than one might have expected.
doi:10.1093/ejil/chv041 fatcat:lho5hcn2uvdili2zoalqdpaxkm