Locating Third World Resistance in the International Law on Foreign Investment

in International Community Law Review
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Abstract

The international law on foreign investment incorporates several categories of actors within its domain, some traditional, others non-traditional. These actors' engagement with the law is situated within, and at the same time, challenges strategies of interaction that delineate the inside and outside of the international law on foreign investment. The engagements facilitate the development of the law on three norm levels – participation, interaction and regulation. The impact of grassroots movements' activities and frames, even if limited, on the development of these norm levels suggests that the international law on foreign investment and Third World resistance are more mutually constitutive than they seem at first glance.

Locating Third World Resistance in the International Law on Foreign Investment

in International Community Law Review

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