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Global Adversarial Legalism: The Private Regulation Of Fdi As A Species Of Global Administrative Law, Ariel Meyerstein Jan 2013

Global Adversarial Legalism: The Private Regulation Of Fdi As A Species Of Global Administrative Law, Ariel Meyerstein

Ariel Meyerstein, JD, PhD

This article explores the theoretical paradigm I refer to as “global adversarial legalism,” building on Robert Kagan’s description of the American legal system. Adversarial legalism has also been explained as a governance strategy deployed by the relatively weak central governance institutions of the European Union as a means of spreading EU law. It usefully captures the fragmented political authority and relatively weak hierarchical control of the global governance, or lack thereof, of foreign direct investment.

One facet of this global adversarial legalism, already much debated, is the concern that investment arbitration tribunals exercise an overly broad and perhaps illegitimate ...


Ministry Of Defense And Support For The Armed Forces Of The Islamic Republic Of Iran V. Elahi, Case Note, Ariel Meyerstein Jan 2009

Ministry Of Defense And Support For The Armed Forces Of The Islamic Republic Of Iran V. Elahi, Case Note, Ariel Meyerstein

Ariel Meyerstein, JD, PhD

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