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Old players, new rules: A critique of the China-Ethiopia and China-Tanzania bilateral investment treaties (2019)
Book Chapter
Man, A. (2019). Old players, new rules: A critique of the China-Ethiopia and China-Tanzania bilateral investment treaties. In T. Novitz, & C. Gammage (Eds.), Sustainable Trade, Investment and Finance Toward Responsible and Coherent Regulatory FrameworksEdward Elgar

The rapprochement between China and African States is garnering much academic attention. The objective of this paper is to scrutinise one aspect of this relationship in the context of international investment law (IIL). When approaching the study of... Read More about Old players, new rules: A critique of the China-Ethiopia and China-Tanzania bilateral investment treaties.

Towards a conceptualisation of the regulatory autonomy and the public interest in international investment law (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Man, A. (2018, November). Towards a conceptualisation of the regulatory autonomy and the public interest in international investment law. Paper presented at BISA International Law and Politics: International Law Under Pressure

The intersectionality between international investment rules and socio-economic development is a site of academic debate. While, scholars aptly assert that international investment law needs to take account of the public interest within the host Stat... Read More about Towards a conceptualisation of the regulatory autonomy and the public interest in international investment law.

Investment facilitation for development: A step too far, too soon? (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Gammage, C., & Man, A. (2018, March). Investment facilitation for development: A step too far, too soon?. Paper presented at Socio-Legal Scholars Association (SLSA) Conference 2018

This paper looks at the challenge and possibility of using the WTO's multilateral framework for investment facilitation and whether it is sufficient in the context of investment facilitation for development.

New players and old rules: A critique of the China-Ethiopian and China-Tanzanian bilateral investment treaties (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Man, A. (2017, May). New players and old rules: A critique of the China-Ethiopian and China-Tanzanian bilateral investment treaties. Paper presented at Sustainable Market Actors in Trade and Investment Conference

The relationship between China and its African partners is garnering much academic attention. The objective of this paper is to scrutinise this relationship in the context of international investment law (IIL). Within the literature, there is a neo-l... Read More about New players and old rules: A critique of the China-Ethiopian and China-Tanzanian bilateral investment treaties.

Treaties/conventions (2012)
Journal Article
Man, A. (2012). Treaties/conventions

Treaties are one of the main sources of public international law as outlined by art.38 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice. Treaties are essentially agreements between States (generally in written form), which cover a myriad of iss... Read More about Treaties/conventions.