Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 7 (1990)

ISSUE 1
'Editorial', Issue 1, pp. 5–8
'Flight of Assets from the Jurisdiction "In the Twinkling of a Telex": Pre- and Post-Award Conservatory Relief in International Commercial Arbitrations', Issue 1, pp. 9–36
'Determinations by International Tribunals of the Economic value of Expropriated Enterprises', Issue 1, pp. 37–76
'Arbitrating International Antitrust Disputes', Issue 1, pp. 77–90
'Modification of Mexican Arbitration Law', Issue 1, pp. 91–100
'The Lex Mercatoria: To what Extent does it Exist?', Issue 1, pp. 101–125
'German Court Decisions Interpreting and Implementing the New York Convention', Issue 1, pp. 127–138
'Amman Arab Convention on Commercial Arbitration', Issue 1, pp. 139–142
'Judicial Review of Decisions of the I. C. C. Court 4 of International Arbitration', Issue 1, pp. 153–156
'Book Review', Issue 1, pp. 157–159
'Signatories to the 1958 New York Convention', Issue 1, pp. 161–161
'Books Received', Issue 1, pp. 163–163

ISSUE 2
'Editorial', Issue 2, pp. 5–6
'The Libyan Producers' Agreement Arbitration: Developing Innovative Procedures in a Complex Multiparty Arbitration', Richard J. Medalie, Issue 2, pp. 7–31
'Proposed Draft of Japan's New Arbitration Law', Issue 2, pp. 33–41
'The Recruitment and Training of Maritime Arbitrators', Bruce Harris, Issue 2, pp. 43–47
'Arbitration in the Construction Industry in India', Issue 2, pp. 46–52
'Consolidation of Arbitral Proceedings and International Commercial Arbitration', Julie C. Chiu, Issue 2, pp. 53–76
'Court Decisions in Italy Interpreting and Implementing the New York Convention', Issue 2, pp. 77–85
'Arbitration in the Context of Technology Transfer Agreements: The Case of India', Pravin Anand, Issue 2, pp. 87–91

ISSUE 3
'Controversial Theory of Frustration Before Iran- United States Claims Tribunal', Issue 3, pp. 5–24
'Is Arbitration to be Just a Luxury Clinic?', Issue 3, pp. 25–30
'Pare-Award Attachment in International Arbitration: The Law in New York', Issue 3, pp. 31–42
'The Arbitration Exclusion in the Brussels Convention 1968: An English Perspective', Issue 3, pp. 43–52
'International Arbitrator and Mandatory Public Law Rules in the Context of State Contracts: An Overview', Issue 3, pp. 53–64
'The Tronc Commun Doctrine: Logics and Experience in International Arbitration', Issue 3, pp. 65–72
'Elementary Economics and the Construction Dispute. An Outsider's Look at the Swiss Law Remedies Available to the Unpaid Contractor', Issue 3, pp. 73–81
'The United States Joins the Inter-American Arbitration Convention', Issue 3, pp. 83–90
'Book Reviews', Issue 3, pp. 91–92
'Books Received', Issue 3, pp. 93–93

ISSUE 4
'Editorial', Issue 4, pp. 5–6
'Civil Liability of Arbitrators-Comparative Analysis and Proposals for Reform', Issue 4, pp. 7–48
'Dealing with Claims Arising Out of the Gulf Crisis', Issue 4, pp. 49–53
'The New York Convention and the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Turkish Law', Issue 4, pp. 55–69
'The Public Policy Exception to the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the United States and West Germany Under the New York Convention', Issue 4, pp. 71–91
'Some Legal Aspects of International Commercial Arbitration in Indonesia', Issue 4, pp. 93–105
'International Trade Law Meets International Fisheries Law: The Canada-U. S. Salmon and Herring Dispute', Issue 4, pp. 107–121
'Book Reviews', Issue 4, pp. 123–124
'Books Received', Issue 4, pp. 125–125

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