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Investor-State Dispute Settlement and the Future of the Precautionary Principle

goods and services, employ, navigate, exploit communal resources, and take business decisions.” Caroline Foster, A New Stratosphere? Investment Treaty Arbitration as ‘Internationalized Public Law’ , 64 Int’l & Comp L.Q. 461, 462 (2015) (citing T.W. Waelde). For a wider treatment of the advantages and disadvantages of ISDS see Ahmad Ali Gouri, The Evolution of Bilateral Investment Treaties, Investment Treaty Arbitration and International Investment Law , Int. A.L.R. 14, 189-204 (2011); Mojtaba Dani & Afshin Akhtar-Khavari, The Uncertainty of Legal Doctrine in

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Cleaning the Muck of Ages from the Windows into the Soul of Tax

obstacles to the accumulation of capital over time because of shifts in the nature of production, falls in global profit rates, the degree of internationalization of an economy, and the competitive pressures that brings to bear, often with ideologies of cutting taxes, grabbing the imagination of some or most politicians and parts of the population, such as small business in general and that section of big business which is part of global capital and, of course, the final consideration, the combativity, or lack of it of the working class. Tax will influence, in direct

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Cross-National Comparative Study on Legal Education and Admission to Practice Between China, India and Pakistan

. Wang, Z., Liu, S., & Li, Z. (2016). Internationalizing Chinese Legal Education in the Early Twenty-First Century. J. Legal Educ., 66, 237. 61. Warraich, A. N. (2013). The legal framework to inculcate CPD in Pakistan. Paper presented at the First national conference on CPD in law. 62. Xianyi, Z. (2001). Legal Education in China. S. Tex. L. Rev., 43, 707. 63. Zhu, S. L. (2009). An institutional inquiry into legal skills education in China. Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. LJ, 22, 75 1. Chinese legal

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