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1. The China-EU BIT: The emerging "Global BIT 2.0"?

2. Which host country government actors are most involved in disputes with foreign investors?

3. China needs to complement its "going-out" policy with a "going-in" strategy

4. The rise of FDI income, and what it means for the balance of payments of developing countries

5. Government-held equity in foreign investment projects: Good for host countries?

6. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: A critical perspective

7. Perspectives on topical foreign direct investment issues

8. Withdrawing incentives to attract FDI: Can host countries put the genie back in the bottle?

9. Regional concentration of FDI involves trade-offs in post-reform India

10. Multilateral investment disciplines: Don't forget the GATS

11. The case for a framework agreement on investment

12. The "spaghetti bowl" of IIAs: The end of history?

13. Recalibrating interpretive authority

14. The China-United States BIT negotiations: A Chinese perspective

15. Investment Treaties and Industrial Policy: Select Case Studies on State Liability for Efforts to Encourage, Shape and Regulate Economic Activities in Extractive Industries and Infrastructure

16. Inward FDI in the United States and its policy context

17. EU investment agreements and the search for a new balance: A paradigm shift from laissez-faireliberalism toward embedded liberalism?

18. Minority rules: State ownership and foreign direct investment risk mitigation strategy

19. Beware the discretionary choices of arbitrators

20. Go out and manufacture: Policy support for Chinese FDI in Africa

21. Three challenges for China's outward FDI policy

22. Inward FDI in Ireland and its policy context, 2012

23. Inward FDI in Germany and its policy context, 2012

24. Outward FDI from Israel's Largest MNEs Continues to Rise in 2011

25. Toward a multilateral framework for investment

26. The futile debate over a multilateral framework for investment

27. The need for an international investment consensus-building process

28. Cost allocation in investment arbitration: Back toward diversification

29. Are trade-law inspired investment rules desirable?

30. Nation states and nationality of MNEs

31. Towards the successful implementation of the updated OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

32. FDI stocks are a biased measure of MNE affiliate activity: A response

33. Is Chinese FDI pushing Latin America into natural resources?

34. The unbalanced dragon: China's uneven provincial and regional FDI performance

35. Different investment treaties, different effects

36. National companies or foreign affiliates: Whose contribution to growth is greater?

37. The (lack of) women arbitrators in investment treaty arbitration

38. The public law challenge: Killing or rethinking international investment law?

39. Inward FDI in Uruguay and its policy context

40. Outward FDI from Hungary and its policy context, 2012

41. Is China's outward investment in oil a global security concern?

42. State-controlled entities as "investors" under international investment agreements

43. Absent from the discussion: The other half of investment promotion

44. Reconciling IMF rules and international investment agreements: An innovative derogation for capital controls

45. A new economic nationalism? Lessons from the PotashCorp decision in Canada

46. A good business reason to support mandatory transparency in extractive industries

47. Attracting FDI through BITs and RTAs: Does treaty content matter?

48. Law at two speeds: Legal frameworks regulating foreign investment in the global South

49. Roll out the red carpet and they will come: Investment promotion and FDI inflows

50. Much ado about nothing? State-controlled entities and the change in German investment law