Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 10 (1993)

ISSUE 1
'International Arbitration in the Aftermath of Socialism – The Example of the Berlin Court of Arbitration', Jorg Kirchner, Arthur L. Marriott, Issue 1, pp. 5–16
'Arbitration in Hungary – The Problematics of the Moscow Convention', Eva Horvath, Issue 1, pp. 17–24
'The 1992 Geneva Global Arbitration Forum', Jacques Werner, Issue 1, pp. 25–25
'The GATT Dispute Settlement Mechanism – Its Present Situation and its Prospects', Pierre Pescatore, Issue 1, pp. 27–42
'The Effectiveness of Inter-State Arbitration in Political Turmoil', Karl-Heinz Bockstiegel, Issue 1, pp. 43–50
'Dispute Resolution under NAFTA – Building on the U. S.-Canada FTA, GATT and ICSID', Gary N. Horlick, F. Amanda Debusk, Issue 1, pp. 51–71
'Dispute Resolution in World Financial Institutions', Mark Augenblick, Delissa A. Ridgway, Issue 1, pp. 73–84
'The Gulf War Claims Institution', Nicolas C. Ulmer, Issue 1, pp. 85–93
'The Evolution of Commercial Arbitration in Romania', Grigore Florescu, Issue 1, pp. 95–104
'Signatories To The 1958 New York Convention', Issue 1, pp. 105–105

ISSUE 2
'Arbitration Clauses in International Financial Agreements Circumventing the Act of State Doctrine', Carsten T. Ebenroth, Thomas J. Dillon, Issue 2, pp. 5–28
'Implementing the UNCITRAM Model Law The Canadian Experience', Robert K. Paterson, Issue 2, pp. 29–45
'The Enforcement of Arbitration Awards in China', Matthew D. Bersani, Issue 2, pp. 47–53
'Recent Developments In Japanese Arbitration Law An Introduction of the Draft Arbitration Law of Japan', Kuniko Oyama, Issue 2, pp. 55–121
'Changing Attitudes Toward Dispute Resolution in Latin America', Robert Layton, Issue 2, pp. 123–141
'The Qatari Arbitration Act A Study', Issue 2, pp. 143–160
'Maritime Arbitration Without Consent Vouching, Consolidation and Self-Execution: Will the New York Practice Migrate to Canada', John G O'connor, Issue 2, pp. 161–180

ISSUE 3
'Multi-Party Arbitration and the ICC in the Wake of Dutco', Issue 3, pp. 5–19
'The United Nations Compensation Commission A New Eva in Claims Settlements', Bachir Georges Affaki, Issue 3, pp. 21–57
'The Channel Tunnel and the Tronc Commun Doctrine', Mauro Rubino-Sammartano, Issue 3, pp. 59–65
'Punitive Damages in International Commercial Arbitration', M. Scott Donahey, Issue 3, pp. 67–77
'Binding Arbitration of U. S. Patents', Issue 3, pp. 79–93
'Several Problems in Need of Resolution in China by Legislation on Foreign Affairs Arbitration', Issue 3, pp. 95–110
'International Arbitration and Taxation—The EC Arbitration Convention for Transfer Pricing Disputes', Issue 3, pp. 111–126

ISSUE 4
'Consolidated Arbitration in the United States – Recent Authority Requires Consent of the Parties', Issue 4, pp. 5–17
'The Use of the Discounted Cash Flow Method in the Assessment of Compensation–Comments on the Recent World Bank Guidelines on the Treatment of Foreign Direct Investment', Issue 4, pp. 19–27
'Just Do it-Drafting the Arbitration Clause in an International Agreement', Issue 4, pp. 29–44
'ADR: Will European Brains Be Set on Fire?', Issue 4, pp. 45–47
'The 1993 Geneva Global Arbitration Forum', Issue 4, pp. 49–49
'The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Geneva's Arbitration Rules and their Expedited Procedure', Issue 4, pp. 51–57
'The Expedited Procedure in Maritime and Commodity Arbitrations', Issue 4, pp. 59–68
'When Doctrines Meet Fast-Track Arbitration and the ICC Experience', Issue 4, pp. 69–112
'The Fast-Track Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce', Issue 4, pp. 113–119
'Comments on Fast-Track Arbitration', Issue 4, pp. 121–125
'Books Received', Issue 4, pp. 127–127

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