The article Comity and Sovereign Debt Litigation: A Bankruptcy Analogy (2004) by Stephen M. Bainbridge appears in Maryland Journal of Int’l Law and Trade, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1986. It is also available on SSRN.
The article The Dilemma of Odious Debts, available on the Social Science Network Electronic Paper Collection, by Lee C. Buchheit, G. Mitu Gulati, and Robert B. Thompson.
Money in the Law: National and International; a Comparative Study in the Borderline of Law and Economics
By Arthur Nussbaum
Published by Foundation Press, 1950
Complex Arbitrations: Multiparty, Multicontract, Multi-issue and Class Actions
By Bernard Hanotiau
Published by Kluwer Law International, 2006
ISBN 904112442X, 9789041124425
The BBC has an article about requests by China to switch from the single-currency reserve system to a an IMF-backed reserve system.
The suggestion made by China is to move to a Special Drawing Rights (SDR) (IMF factsheet) unit of account. SDR’s are backed by a basket of currencies, predominantly the U.S. dollar at present (44% according to Wikipedia).
There are a number of decisions in the Allied Bank, and it is one of the most important cases in the history (especially the modern history) of sovereign insolvency.