Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 23 (2006)

ISSUE 1
'Limits to Enforcement of ICSID Awards', Edward Baldwin, Mark Kantor, Michael Nolan, Issue 1, pp. 1–24
'Anti-Suit Injunctions and Arbitration: A Final Nail in the Coffin?', Hakeem Seriki, Issue 1, pp. 25–38
'Confidentiality in International ArbitrationAn Introspection of the Public Interest Exception', Joyiyoti Misra, Roman Jordans, Issue 1, pp. 39–48
'Distinct Features of Arbitration in ChinaAn Historical Perspective', Wang Wenying, Issue 1, pp. 49–80
'Malecki v Long: Truncated Tribunals and Waivers of Dutco Rights', Denis Bensaude, Issue 1, pp. 81–94
'The Finnish Supreme Court and the Liability of Arbitrators', Gustaf Möller, Issue 1, pp. 95–100
'Case Law on Articles 5, 8, and 16 of the UNCITRAL Model Arbitration Law', Jean-Paul Beraudo, Issue 1, pp. 101–114

ISSUE 2
'Provisional Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards Made in France', Alain N. Farhad, Issue 2, pp. 115–124
'New Arbitration Acts in Denmark and Spain. The Application of Transnational Rules to the Merits of the Dispute', Ana M. López-Rodríguez, Issue 2, pp. 125–144
'Arbitration Agreements in China: Battles on Designation of Arbitral Institution and Ad Hoc Arbitration', Jian Zhou, Issue 2, pp. 145–170
'Towards Finality of Arbitral Awards: Two Steps Forward and One Step Back', Alexis Mourre, Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo, Issue 2, pp. 171–188
'ACICA’s New International Arbitration Rules', Simon Greenberg, Issue 2, pp. 189–200

ISSUE 3
'Evolving Principles in Enforcing Awards Subject to Annulment Proceedings', Thomas H. Webster, Issue 3, pp. 201–226
'Inoperative and Operative Arbitration Agreements', Michael Pryles, Issue 3, pp. 227–238
'Domestic Court Intervention in International Arbitration', Neelanjan Maitra, Issue 3, pp. 239–248
'Defining the Limits of Scrutiny of Awards Based on Alleged Violations of European Competition Law', Gordon Blanke, Issue 3, pp. 249–257
'Lesotho Highlands: “Denaturing” an Arbitration Statute and an Express Choice of Law does not Involve the Arbitrator Exceeding his Powers', Adam Samuel, Issue 3, pp. 259–263
'Book Review', Bernard Hanotiau, Issue 3, pp. 265–266

ISSUE 4
'Determination, Interpretation and Application of Substantive Law in Foreign Investment Treaty Arbitrations', Virtus Chitoo Igbokwe, Issue 4, pp. 267–299
'Peace Talks Before War: The Enforcement of Clauses for Dispute Resolution Before Arbitration', Sarah Leonard, Kanaga Dharmananda, Issue 4, pp. 301–315
'Validity and Efficacy of Stabilisation Clauses', Abdullah Faruque, Issue 4, pp. 317–336
'The Notion of Time in ICSID?s Case Law on Indirect Expropriation', Bjørn Kunoy, Issue 4, pp. 337–349
'Egregious Error of Law as Grounds for Setting Aside an Arbitral Award', Jean-Paul Beraudo, Issue 4, pp. 351–361
'Recent Developments in OHADA Arbitration', Gaston Kenfack Douajni, Issue 4, pp. 363–373

ISSUE 5
'Expropriation and the “Fair and Equitable” Standard', Stephen Fietta, Issue 5, pp. 375–399
'The Methanex Final Award', Alberto Alvarez-Jiménez, Issue 5, pp. 427–434
'Comments on the Information Letter Issued by the Presidium of the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation on December 22, 2005', Laurence Ponty, Issue 5, pp. 435–452
'The Decisions Rendered by the CAS Ad Hoc Division at the Turin Winter Olympic Games 2006', Antonio Rigozzi, Issue 5, pp. 453–466
'The Chief Justice’s Power to Appoint Arbitrators Under the Indian Arbitration Act', Sidharth Sharma, Issue 5, pp. 467–477
'The Moth, the Light and the United States’ Severability Doctrine', Ben H. Sheppard, Jr., Issue 5, pp. 479–491

ISSUE 6
'Editorial Note', Bette Shifman, Issue 6, pp. i–i
'Iran-United States Claims Tribunal—Claims, Counterclaims, Dual Nationality, and Enforcement', Ali Z. Marossi, Issue 6, pp. 493–519
'Iran-United States Claims Tribunal Precedent in Investor-State Arbitration', Christopher S. Gibson, Christopher R. Drahozal, Issue 6, pp. 521–546
'Challenges of Arbitrators at the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal—Defining the Role of the Appointing Authority', Ruth Teitelbaum, Issue 6, pp. 547–562

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