Section I of this comment defines FDI and outlines the environmental implications on capital-receiving nations. Section II discusses bilateral investment treaties’ (BITs’) potential contributions to comprehensive multilateral investment system and surveys failed negotiation attempts for a global set of investment rules. Section III expounds the framework outlined in this introduction, with section IV dedicated to explaining parties’ incentives to enter into this mode of negotiations.
An Environmental Remedy to Paralyzed Negotiations for a Multilateral Foreign Direct Investment Agreement, 1 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J.