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    Luciana:
    28-jun-2016

    Compañeros/as, creo que es una nota fundamental la que publican aquí, La política de los tratados de libre comercio sí aparece como una cuestión del macrismo, especialmente porque el kirchnerismo sostenía, en "su modelo", una política de mayor industrialización (a favor de grupos concentrados nacionales), que llevaba a la oposición a la firma de TLC. Además, el kirchenismo era hijo de la política anti-neolibral de los 90`s, al igual que el resto de los "progresismos" latinoamericanos.
    Sin embargo, el kirchnerismo sí pagó 5 demandas en el Ciadi, en vez de salirse del sistema de arbitraje como sí lo hicieron Bolivia, Venezuela y Ecuador. Con esto se cayó el relato de la defensa de la jurisdicción nacional. Hoy, decir NO al libre comercio es decir también NO al pago de las demandas en el CIADI, y NO a los tribunales arbitrales extranjeros que sólo benefician a las grandes corporaciones!

    Ahmed Salem Amr Khaddad:
    26-jun-2016

    WSRW is a fake NGO sponsored by algeria relays to attack Morocco and Western Sahara unity. WSRW is not talking on behalf of the Western Sahara community but on behalf of the algerian military regime. Erik Hagen is well known for his round-trips to algeria to get orders and $$$ envelopes. He is spying the Scandinavian governments for the account of the algeria military regime. WSRW can’t be credible because of corruption and tax avoidance! Thanks

    Jennifer Jones:
    13-jun-2016

    Honestly, I expect a higher standard of reporting from the Guardian.
    Let me say at the outset I am no fan of ISDS, but to claim that "ISDS provisions allow foreign corporations to sue the Australian government in an international tribunal if they think the government has introduced or changed laws that significantly hurt their interests" is at the very least, outrageous hyperbole.
    ISDS provisions only allow corporations to bring actions if a Government acts in a manner inconsistent with its treaty obligations that is contrary to the interests of the corporation - so you left out the critically important bit.
    The problem with nonsense reporting like this is that it actually undermines the credibility of legitimate and well informed anti-ISDS advocacy, as we all get tarred with the same hyperbolic, scare-mongering brush.
    Next time, do your homework please.

    Ahmed Salem:
    6-jun-2016

    Danish MPs should listen to native Western Saharawi not to algeria diplomats&DK NGOs funded by algeria like Afrika Kontakt. NGOs sponsored by algeria will look for the status quo to keep the algerian sponsorship: human absurdity!
    Thanks

    Jess Chesnut:
    28-may-2016

    HELP...This could be the wake up call needed to publicize the issues on how these new generation trade (NOT) deals will inflict corporate control on the everyday happenings of everyday people. We need to safeguard the MUSH group.

    ignasi orobitg gene:
    19-may-2016

    Hello
    very briefly
    TTIP want to change the rights of citizens by customer

    Nicolas Roux:
    13-may-2016
    Jotay point net:
    13-may-2016

    Très beau article mais la prochaine fois ayez l’amabilité de nous cité quand vous reprenez nos photo

    Marcelo Maciel:
    5-may-2016

    En español. El arbitraje en este caso será el camino que deberá seguirse. Otro caso, de mayor envergadura es el caso de la tabacalera Philips Morris contra el gobierno de ROU.

    En el marco del convenio de inversiones sin dudas este acuerdo es fuente de derecho entre los dos países. ( EEUU-ROU)

    Hanns-Peter:
    23-abr-2016

    All is well thought, but money makes the world go round - money of a minority. And they make the rules.

    Silvia Rodriguez Cervantes:
    2-abr-2016

    El artículo quedó cortado.... me quede esperando mas sobre como el TPP hace que los indígenas no controlen mas sus semillas, al igual que la consulta indigena...

    Mohamed Oudebji:
    26-mar-2016

    J’ai apprécié fortement la qualité scientifique de votre brève note. Est-il possible d’avoir les Email de Adriana Homolova, Eva Schram et Frank Mulder ??
    I am Professor of International Investment Law and Trade at the Faculty of Law and Economics in university of Marrakech in Morocco.
    Let me mention that I am an expert (in French language) of UNCTAD in the field of International Investment Agreements (IIA) since 2003. Moreover I was an expert, between 2003 and 2007, of the « WTO’s Institute on Technical Assistance » in area of Trade and Investment (in French), for the region of African French Speaking Countries.
    Je dois vous indiquer que j’avais participé à une Conférence organisée conjointement par l’African Association of International Law and New York Forum Africa, au début septembre 2015 au Gabon. Le thème était International Law and Economic Development in Africa. Aussi, j’avais participé (1 et 2 décembre à Djibouti) à une conférence intitulée « The Rule of Law and Investment. Investigating Motors for Development».

    Prof. Oudebji Mohamed
    Email: oudebji@hotmail.com
    Email : moudebji@hotmail.com
    Mobile Phone : 212 6 64 52 28 66

    Nicolas Roux:
    4-mar-2016

    The issue comes from their site. They seem to have removed the content.

    Pohiva Tuionetoa:
    2-mar-2016

    Do you have a better option for FICs to replace PACERplus?

    GreenSenior:
    28-feb-2016

    Does this NAFTA judicial panel allow reporters in to these hearings? How could someone like me (from far away from Toronto) get info on the final ruling? Is there a contact person please?

    Evert-Jan Brouwer:
    26-feb-2016

    The link to IFPRI’s discussion paper does not work. Can you provide the correct link?

    Jilles:
    21-ene-2016

    @Garrett Workman, we also filed a freedom of information request at the USTR. This is where we obtained the information mentioned in the article. Before release these documents were redacted by the FOIA team to prevent making any information public where (quote) "disclosure would constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy."

    Garrett:
    19-ene-2016

    I’m not sure how an EU Freedom of Information Act request gave you access to my private communications with USTR, but I feel this is a violation of my "fundamental right" to data privacy.

    jose:
    14-ene-2016

    Uno de los artículos sobre el TTIP más completos y claros que he leído en los últimos meses.

    Quizá le añadiría algún ejemplo real más de las consecuencias que tienen los tratados ya firmados, para que se viera que la oposición a estos tratados no se basan en artificios o ideológicos, sino en realidades contundentes y demostrables.

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