Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 36 (2019)

'Foreword: The Story of the Stockholm Treaty Lab', Annette Magnusson, Issue 1, pp. 1–6
'Treaty on Sustainable Investment for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: Aligning International Investment Law with the Urgent Need for Climate Change Action', Martin Dietrich Brauch, Yanick Touchette, Aaron Cosbey, Ivetta Gerasimchuk, Lourdes Sanchez, Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwalder, Maria Bisila Torao Garcia, Temur Potaskaevi, Erica Petrofsky, Issue 1, pp. 7–35
'Innovating International Investment Agreements: A Proposed Green Investment Protocol for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation', Paula Henin, Jessica Howley, Amelia Keene, Nicola Peart, Issue 1, pp. 37–70
'A Model Multilateral Treaty for the Encouragement of Investment in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation', Silke Noa Elrifai, Simon R. Sinsel, Maya Hennerkes, Hans Rusinek, Issue 1, pp. 71–94
'Model Green Investment Treaty: International Investment and Climate Change', Daniel Magraw, Leila Chennoufi, Krycia Cowling, Charles Di Leva, Jonathan Drimmer, Chiara Giorgetti, Young Hee Lee, Jan Low, Kendra Magraw, Steve Mccaffrey, Grace Menck Figueroa, Sergio Puig, Anabella Rosemberg, Issue 1, pp. 95–134
'A Vision for Green Foreign Direct Investment: Proposals for an Investor-State Collaborative Effort', Christopher Campbell , Coimbra Trigo Ana, Issue 1, pp. 135–160
'Stockholm Convention on the Use of Blockchain to Boost Climate Action', José Rafael Mata Dona, Issue 1, pp. 161–170

'SIAC Proposal on Cross-Institution Consolidation Protocol: Can It Be Transplanted into Investment Arbitration?', Dina D. Prokicì, Issue 2, pp. 171–205
'Domestic Courts and Investment Treaty Tribunals: The Effect of Local Recourse Against Administrative Measures on the Breach of Investment Protection Standards', Hanno Wehland, Issue 2, pp. 207–229
'Effects of Disposal of Investments on Claims in Investment Arbitration', Markus Burgstaller, Agnieszka Zarowna, Issue 2, pp. 231–258
'How Can Arbitrators Best Protect Their Deliberations from Disclosure: New Challenges and Opportunities in England', William Hooker, Nathalie Allen Prince, David Turner, Issue 2, pp. 259–275
'Australia’s Bilateral Investment Treaties: A Laid-Back Approach to Consent?', Andrea Martignoni, Christopher Holland, Freya Dinshaw, Issue 2, pp. 277–290
'Book review: Arbitration in the Digital Age, edited by Maud Piers & Christian Aschauer. (Cambridge University Press. 2018)', Gauthier Vannieuwenhuyse, Issue 2, pp. 291–293

'Common Law v. Civil Law in International Arbitration: The Beginning or the End?', Klaus Peter Berger, Issue 3, pp. 295–313
'Challenges in the Taking of Evidence in Arbitrations Seated in Mainland China', Milo Molfa, Adam Grant, Paul Kleist, Amy Wen Wei, Issue 3, pp. 315–336
'No Man Is an Island: Compelling Witness Evidence in Support of Arbitration Proceedings Seated in London', Christopher Adams, Giles Harvey, Issue 3, pp. 337–359
'The Good Faith Principle in the Context of the Enforcement of New York Convention Awards: An Analysis of Hong Kong’s Position in Light of the Apparently Conflicting Court Decisions', Alex Ye, Issue 3, pp. 361–384
'Observations on the Proposed New ICSID Regime for Security for Costs', Sam Luttrell, Issue 3, pp. 385–399
'Recent Developments in International Arbitration in Australia 2017/2018', James Morrison, Issue 3, pp. 401–416
'Book review: International Investment Law and History, edited by Stephan W. Schill, Christian J. Tams, & Rainer Hofmann.(Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 2018)', Remy Gerbay, Darby Hobbs, Issue 3, pp. 417–420

'Revisiting Bifurcation and Efficiency in International Arbitration Proceedings', Lucy Greenwood, Issue 4, pp. 421–429
'International Commercial Courts: A Superior Alternative to Arbitration?', Dorothee Ruckteschler, Tanja Stooss, Issue 4, pp. 431–449
'Status Quo of Enforcing Commercial Arbitral Awards in the People’s Republic of China: An Empirical Study of the Enforcement Practices in China’s Two Economically Less-Developed Regions', Mingji Qu, Issue 4, pp. 451–483
'What Are the Arbitral Tribunal’s Powers in Default Proceedings?', Julio César Betancourt, Issue 4, pp. 485–502
'Recent Developments in International Arbitration in England and Ireland', Michael Kotrly, Barry Mansfield, Issue 4, pp. 503–521
'The United Arab Emirates’ New Arbitration Legislation: A Giant Leap Forward?', Alain Farhad, Issue 4, pp. 523–531
'Book review: Principles of International Commercial Contracts: An Article-By-Article Commentary, by Eckart J. Brödermann. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International. 2018)', François Dessemontet, Issue 4, pp. 533–537

'Artificial Intelligence and Legal Decision-Making: The Wide Open?', Maxi Scherer, Issue 5, pp. 539–573
'Arbitration in SEP/FRAND Disputes: Overview and Core Issues', Peter Georg Picht, Gaspare Tazio Loderer, Issue 5, pp. 575–594
'‘One Rule to Rule Them All’: Rules for Article 25 DSU Arbitration', Angshuman Hazarika, Pieter Van Vaerenbergh, Issue 5, pp. 595–627
'How to Obtain Evidence from Third Parties: A Comparative View', Robert Bradshaw , Issue 5, pp. 629–658
'American and European Perspectives on Arbitration Agreements in Online Consumer Contracts', Karolina Mania, Issue 5, pp. 659–670

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