The growing importance of arbitration as a means for international commercial
dispute resolution necessitates independent platforms for ideas on the
development and application of international arbitration.
Since its 1984 launch, the Journal of International Arbitration has
established itself as a thought-provoking, ground-breaking journal aimed at
the specific requirements of those involved in international arbitration. The
journal now appears bimonthly (six times a year) rather than quarterly, giving
it even more immediacy as a forum for original thinking, penetrating analysis,
and lively discussion of international arbitration issues.
As always each issue contains in-depth investigations of the most important
current issues in international arbitration, focusing on business, investment,
and economic disputes between private corporations, state-controlled entities,
and states. The Journal's worldwide coverage ensures regular reporting on
regional trends which can serve as an example for other regions and countries.
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