The arbitration risk facing sovereign investors

Parties pursuing the kind of state-investor arbitrations that have mushroomed in Latin America are wrong if they think the Icsid Convention ensures that awards will be enforced, say Edward Baldwin, Mark Kantor and Michael Nolan

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