Looking Back: The ICJ’s Diallo judgments found that states could exercise diplomatic protection with respect to shareholders’ rights, but not on behalf of local companies controlled by their nationals – while observing that the role of diplomatic protection had “somewhat faded” in light of the growth of investor-state arbitration

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