The Rising Tide of Reverse Flow: Would a Legislative Breakwater Violate U.S. Treaty Commitments?

Up to the present the United States has imposed few restrictions on foreign direct investment. It has never enacted any limitations as sweeping as those proposed by the Dent-Gaydos bill. This Note will briefly discuss the need for such restrictions and then examine the extent to which a reversal in policy is permitted by existing U.S. treaty obligations.