There’s are two assignment questions with around 4-5 questions each. You are required to answer each assignment per page, as my order is two pages. Please detailed read and answer each of the questions ( MATERIALS PROVIDED).
*Please, do not use any outside source.
Broad, Robin. “Corporate Bias in the World Bank Group’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes: A Case Study of a Global Mining Corporation Suing El Salvador.” U. Pa. J. Int’l L. 36 (2014): 851. Broad_Corporate Bias_ICSID.pdf
Then, respond to the following questions:
1. What is the author’s main assertion regarding corporate bias in investor-state dispute settlement mechanisms?
2. What evidence does the author present in favor of her assertion?
3. Do you agree with the author’s assertion and/or with the evidence that she presents in favor of her assertion? Please explain.
4. Identify a post of a classmate with whom you disagree regarding the above questions. Please explain why you disagree and why you believe that you have a stronger argument.
At a press conference following the recent signing of NAFTA’s replacement, the USMCA, Canada’s Foreign Minister, Chrystia Freeland, stated the following regarding the benefits of the new agreement:
“The investor-state-dispute resolution system that has allowed companies to sue the Canadian government is also gone between Canada and the United States. Known as ISDS, it has cost Canadian taxpayers more than $300 million in penalties and legal fees. ISDS elevates the rights of corporations over those of sovereign governments. In removing it, we have strengthened our government’s right to regulate in the public interest, to protect public health and the environment.”
Prime Minister Trudeau and Minister Freeland speaking notes for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, 1 Oct 2018: https://pm.gc.ca/en/news/speeches/2018/10/01/prime-minister-trudeau-and-minister-freeland-speaking-notes-united-states (Links to an external site.)
Given Canada’s history as one of the countries that has most fervently promoted ISDS, having signed over 40 BITs with ISDS provisions, how would you explain Freeland’s statement?
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