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#15 Das internationale Investitionsschutzrecht durch die Linse der emerging powers


Habt ihr Euch schon mal überlegt, wie man anwaltlich im Völkerrecht tätig sein kann? Der Investitionsschutz ist da eventuell eine Möglichkeit – das erklärt Isabel Lischewski und gibt uns dabei eine kleine Einführung in das internationale Investitionsschutzrecht. Außerdem spricht Sophie Schuberth im Interview mit Andreas Buser über die Haltung der emerging powers (Brasilien, Indien, China und Südafrika) zum Investitionsschutzrecht und darüber wie sich deren Position in der Vergangenheit verändert hat. Wie sehen die Reformbestrebungen der emerging powers aus und wie werden sie das Investitionsschutzrechtsregime verändern?


Moderation: Erik Tuchtfeld & Sophie Schuberth
Grundlagen: Dr. Isabel Lischewski
Interview: Dr. Andreas Buser & Sophie Schuberth
Schnitt: Daniela Rau


Sophie Schuberth

Sophie Schuberth is a research fellow and PhD-candidate at Freie Universität Berlin, working in the Berlin Potsdam Research Group ‘The International Rule of Law- Rise or Decline?’. She is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Erik Tuchtfeld

Erik Tuchtfeld is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg) and head of the humanet3 research group. He is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Isabel Lischewski

Dr. Isabel Lischewski is a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant with Prof. Dr. Nora Markard at WWU Münster. Her research interests lie in global governance, critical theory, and access to justice. She is an editor-in-chief at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Philipp Eschenhagen

Philipp Eschenhagen is a research associate at Bucerius Law School and a PhD candidate at the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law. He is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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