(April 27, 2011) Egypt’s period of political transition presents an ideal time to examine the odious nature of debt accrued by deposed President Hosni Mubarak’s government, whose time in power amounts to almost 30 years in the borrowing.
Fair and Transparent Arbitration Processes: A new road to resolve debt crises
(August 1, 2002) The paper presents the idea of Fair and Transparent Arbitration Processes, gives information about the institutions which determine today’s debt management, and promotes discussion of some key aspects of the process.
SDRM or FTAP: Comment on Ms. Krueger’s first comprehensive proposal for a new debt restructuring mechanism
(June 5, 2002) This brief commentary on the IMF proposal for Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism (SDRM) builds on our earlier reaction to the various speeches Ms. Krueger has delivered on the subject and follows broadly their structure.
(January 1, 2002) Resolving international debt crises – the Jubilee Framework for international insolvency
Fair and transparent arbitration on debt
(January 1, 2002) There is a need for Arbitration on specific types of Loans or debt in particular the odious and illegitimate debts, which are categorised to include the following: Debts that cannot be serviced without causing harm to people and communities.