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This appendix section of the book titled New Directions in International Economic Law contains details of roundtable on cross-cutting issues on energy & natural resources and development. The underlying idea of this Memorial Symposium is to discuss topics that Thomas Wälde found challenging; in other words, to create a conference which Thomas would have liked to attend. The author quickly introduces the three moderators for today: in reverse order, Timothy Nelson from Skadden Arps will be doing the last session, namely on the future of international arbitration. Further, Stéphane Brabant from Herbert Smith will be moderating a panel on the Work of the UN's Special Representative on Business & Human Rights. The first panel is co-moderated by Arif Ali and Timothy McCrum from Crowell Moring and promises to raise an eclectic mix of international law and natural resources questions.

Keywords: Arif Ali; cross-cutting issues; international economic law; natural resources; Stéphane Brabant; Timothy McCrum; Timothy Nelson



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