Simon Lester says that the rules for international investment dispute resolution are outdated - and they're hurting global trade.
John K. Veroneau argues that corporations still need strong protections in international law.
Ingrid Persson says libertarians should welcome investor-state dispute settlement: it protects property rights, with good consequences all around.
Jason Yackee argues that the TPP and TTIP trade agreements don't need investor-state dispute settlement and would be better off without it.
Simon Lester responds to his critics in this month's Cato Unbound on investor-state dispute resolution.
Ingrid Persson argues that investor-state dispute settlement is fundamentally a good idea, and that objections to it can all be addressed adequately.