If peoples of different nations, not just transnational corporations, have a say in multilateral trade treaties like the TPP and TTIP, what provisions would be prominently featured?
A very comprehensive look at the history of ISDS from GATT to NAFTA.
this interview with oil expert Art Berman is a must-listen for those who want a better understanding of the macro drivers of oil prices.
125,000 Germans joined the largest yet filed against CETA (Canadian version of TTIP).
This article exposes yet another toxic element of ISDS – how it is used by executives of transnational convicted of crimes escape punishment.
According to the UN, 35% of all ISDS cases in which corporations are suing governments are related to climate change. In 2014, half of the new ISDS cases targeted policies affecting oil and gas extraction, mining, or power generatio
While it is indeed comforting to learn that Uruguay has won its ISDS arbitration case against Philip Morris, a deeper, more fundamental question remains unanswered.
With Brexit serving as the catalyst, Season 2 of the European banking crisis may be about to unfold.
Under the cover of market turbulance as a result of Brexit, Italy/EU injected €40 into its banking secor and also tossed in a €150 billion (US $166 billion) of guarantees in their latest effort in preventing a bank run on Italian banks.
European Banks Get Crushed, Worst 2-Day Plunge Ever, Italian Banks to Get Taxpayer Bailout, Contagion Hits US Banks
Two days of breathtaking losses for the European banking shares after Brexit clearly shows the fragility of the banking sector there. Brexit is just one of the many possible triggers causing another banking crisis to flare-up.