Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 35 (2018)

ISSUE 1
'Burden of Proof and Adverse Inferences in International Arbitration: Proposal for an Inference Chart', Guilherme Rizzo Amaral, Issue 1, pp. 1–30
'Summary Disposal in Arbitration: Still Fair or Agreed to be Fair', David Ryan, Kanaga Dharmananda SC, Issue 1, pp. 31–57
'Consent to Investor-State Arbitration in the Second Largest International Investment Protection Agreement: The Correct Interpretive Approach to Article 17 of the OIC Investment Agreement', Hossein Abedian, Reza Eftekhar, Issue 1, pp. 59–101
'State Responsibility for the Acts of Corrupt Officials: Applying the ‘Reasonable Foreign Investor’ Standard', Tim Wood, Issue 1, pp. 103–117
'Arbitration and New Technologies: Mutual Benefits', Gauthier Vannieuwenhuyse, Issue 1, pp. 119–129
'Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: A Report on the Development of Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates', Alain Farhad, Issue 1, pp. 131–142
'Book Review: EU Mediation Law Handbook: Regulatory Robustness Ratings for Mediation Regimes, edited by Nadja Alexander, Sabine Walsh & Martin Svatos. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer, 2017)', Andreas Hacke, Issue 1, pp. 143–145

ISSUE 2
'Evolution and the Discoverability of In-House Counsel Communications', Jennifer Kirby, Issue 2, pp. 147–155
'An Anti-Enforcement Bias? The Application of the Substantive Public Policy Exception in Polish Annulment Proceedings', Johannes Koepp, Agnieszka Ason, Issue 2, pp. 157–171
'Comparative Analysis of Joinder and Consolidation Provisions Under Leading Arbitral Rules', Gordon Smith, Issue 2, pp. 173–202
'Class Actions and Arbitration: Alternative Approaches Based on the (Ever Evolving) Dutch Experiences with Collective Redress', Bas van Zelst, Issue 2, pp. 203–223
'Recent Developments in the Arbitration Legislation in Argentina', Florencia Villaggi, Issue 2, pp. 225–251
'Arbitration Changes in Russia: Revolution or Evolution?', Oleg Skvortsov, Leonid Kropotov, Issue 2, pp. 253–265
'Book review: Cultural Heritage in International Investment Law and Arbitration, by Valentina Vadi. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2014)', Panayotis M. Protopsaltis, Issue 2, pp. 267–271
'Book review: Compendium of International Commercial Arbitration Forms: Letters, Procedural Instructions, Briefs and Other Documents, by Sigvard Jarvin and Corinne Nguyen’s', Maxi Scherer, Shouvik Bhattacharya, Issue 2, pp. 271–273

ISSUE 3
'Emergency Arbitrators Versus the Courts: From Concurrent Jurisdiction to Practical Considerations', Philippe Cavalieros, Janet (Hyun Jeong) Kim, Issue 3, pp. 275–306
'The Full Recovery of Third-Party Funding Costs in Arbitration: To Be or Not to Be?', Wolfgang Kühn, Hanneke van Oeveren, Issue 3, pp. 307–328
'State Succession to BITs in the Context of the Transfer of Territory of Macao to China: Lessons Learned from the Sanum Saga', Patrick Dumberry, Issue 3, pp. 329–356
'Arbitrating Antitrust Damages Claims: Access to Arbitration', Olga Sendetska, Issue 3, pp. 357–370
'China’s 2017 Reform of Its Arbitration-Related Court Review Mechanism with a Focus on Improving Chinese Courts’ Prior-Reporting System', Jingzhou Tao, Mariana Zhong, Issue 3, pp. 371–378

ISSUE 4
'The Medium Is the Message: Establishing a System of Business and Human Rights Through Contract Law and Arbitration', Cherie Blair, Ema Vidak-Gojkovic, Marie-Anaïs Meudic-Role, Issue 4, pp. 379–412
'The New York Convention: An Autopsy of Its Structure and Modus Operandi', Paul Lefebvre, Dirk De Meulemeester, Issue 4, pp. 413–438
'EU Economic Sanctions in Arbitration', Tamás Szabados, Issue 4, pp. 439–461
'Psycholawgy: What Dispute Resolution Practitioners Overlook?', Stepan Puchkov, Issue 4, pp. 463–480
'Recent Developments in International Arbitration in England and Ireland', Michael Kotrly, Barry Mansfield, Issue 4, pp. 481–496
'Book Review: Yearbook on International Investment Law and Policy 2015–2016, edited by Lisa E. Sachs & Lise J. Johnson. (Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 2018)', Danielle Morris, Daniel Costelloe, Issue 4, pp. 497–499

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