Out on a Rim: Pacific Rim’s Venture Into CAFTA’s Denial of Benefits Clause

BY JORDAN BEHLMAN–With the rise of decolonization after the Second World War,
many developed countries entered into international investment
agreements, such as bilateral investment treaties (“BITs”), in
order to protect themselves from uncompensated nationalization
and expropriation of property from newly independent countries,
due to colonialism’s long history and debilitating political, social,
and economic effects on their population.1 Simultaneously, newly
independent developing nations sought foreign direct investment
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