Iraq and Turkey both claim victory in the Iraq-Turkey Pipeline arbitration but the future of Kurdistan’s oil and gas sector remains unclear
In a long-awaited decision, the Tribunal in a Paris-seated ICC arbitration has ordered the Republic of Turkey (Turkey) to pay the Republic of Iraq (Iraq) approximately USD 1.5bn and to suspend the loading and export of crude oil from Kurdistan transported through the Iraq-Turkey Pipeline (ITP).
Pride Month 2023
Over one third of LGBTIQ+ people feel they need to hide who they are at work, and a fifth feel that being LGBTIQ+ limits their job opportunities, according to a recent Stonewall survey.
Digital and cyber regulation: Are you prepared?
The EU and the UK are toughening their digital and cyber laws following a rise in online attacks, to protect supply chains and essential services.