Symposium on Decoding Maldives’ Foreign Investment and Arbitration Law Regime

The Cambridge International Law Journal Blog (CILJ Blog) recently published a symposium on ‘Decoding Maldives’ Foreign Investment and Arbitration Law Regime.’

Please find the link to articles published in this symposium.

  1. Decoding Maldives’ Foreign Investment and Arbitration Law Regime: An Introduction
    Authors: Asna Ahmed (Dean- Faculty of Shariah and Law, Villa College, Maldives)
    Mohd Imran (Lecturer- Faculty of Shariah and Law, Villa College, Maldives)
  2. Cowrie, Coir and Commercial Diplomacy of Dhivehi Rajje 
    Author: Mohd Imran (Lecturer- Faculty of Shariah and Law, Villa College, Maldives)
  3. Consent to Investor-State Arbitration Through Municipal Law- Conceptualizing A Model Provision for Maldives
    Author: Harshad Pathak  (PhD. Candidate in International Investment Law and Arbitration, University of Geneva)
  4. Sun v Hilton- A Maldivian Enka v. Chubb?
    Author: Mariyam Naufa (Senior Associate with CTL Strategies, Maldives)
  5. Examining ICSID as a Maldivian Solution
    Authors: Nizamuddin Ahmad Siddiqui is Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, India. 
    Jamshed Ahmad Siddiqui is Research Fellow, Centre for Trade and Investment Law, New Delhi, India.
  6. Assessing the Environmental Impact of Investment
    Author: Avantika Banerjee (Assistant Professor, DME Law School, Noida)
  7. Concluding Post: Maldives’ Voyage to International Law
    Author: Mohd Imran (Lecturer- Faculty of Shariah and Law, Villa College, Maldives)

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