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Introduction to the Symposium on Simon Batifort and J. Benton Heath, “The New Debate on the Interpretation of MFN Clauses in Investment Treaties: Putting the Brakes on Multilateralization”

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2 İçkale İnşaat Limited Şirketi v. Turkm., ICSID Case No. ARB/10/24, Award (Mar. 8, 2016).

3 Batifort & Heath, supra note 1, at 874.

4 Id. at 907.

6 Id. at 922.

7 Andrea K. Bjorklund, The Enduring but Unwelcome Role of Party Intent in Treaty Interpretation, 112 AJIL Unbound 44 (2018).

8 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, Art. 31, May 23, 1969, 1155 UNTS 331.

10 Facundo Pérez-Aznar, The Fictions and Realities of MFN Clauses in International Investment Agreements, 112 AJIL Unbound 55 (2018).

11 Michael Waibel, Putting the MFN Genie Back in the Bottle, 112 AJIL Unbound 60 (2018).

12 Article II (2) of the Turkey-Turkmenistan BIT provides, “Each Party shall accord to these investments [i.e., investments permitted into its territory pursuant to Article II(1)], once established, treatment no less favourable than that accorded in similar situations to investments of its investors or to investments of investors of any third country, whichever is the most favourable.”

14 Schill, supra note 5, at 929.

15 Batifort & Heath, supra note 1, at 878.

16 Schill, supra note 5, at 921.

17 Id. at 922.

18 Schill, supra note 5, at 925.

19 Int'l Law Comm'n, Report on the Work of the Sixty-Seventh Session, UN Doc. A/70/10, at ch. IV, paras. 41–52 (2015).

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