Thank you for that.
Professor Van Harten, it's always good to see you in front of the committee as well. We share a keen interest in ISDS, so it won't surprise you that I have a couple of questions for you. I have time for probably just one of them.
You talked about chapter 11 in NAFTA, which I think is relatively flawed in the overall scheme of things. When we look at the new and improved CETA, we can even see that the CETA ISDS provision has been improved since the first draft of CETA was signed. Do you see CETA as capturing your criteria of being balanced, independent, fair, and respectful of domestic institutions? Is it leaning towards where you want it to be? Or is it completely off base?