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Rep. Reed: “America’s Law has to be Primary”, but…

There have been articles posted recently on the NewNY23rd debating the Trans-Pacific-Partnership trade agreement. Although they focused on many TPP issues, one that I one I find most disturbing is trade agreements have  Investor State Dispute Settlement Tribunals. They are  three arbitrators … Continue reading

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ISDS Tribunals are like the Supreme Court

ISDS is an arbitration procedure – similar to procedures used every day by businesses, governments, and private citizens across the globe – that allows for an impartial, law-based approach to resolve conflicts and has been important to encouraging development, rule … Continue reading

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