Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 15 (1998)

ISSUE 1
'Springday’s Musings', Jacques Werner, Issue 1, pp. 5–6
'Claimant’s Expectations from the United Nations Compensation Commission', Nicolas C. Ulmer, Issue 1, pp. 7–14
'How Fair and Efficient is the United Nations Compensation Commission System? – A Model to Emulate?', Michael E. Schneider, Issue 1, pp. 15–26
'CIETAC Arbitration: A Success Story?', Michael J. Moser, Issue 1, pp. 27–35
'Post-Award Arbitral Proceedings', Andrew N. Vollmer, Angela J. Bedford, Issue 1, pp. 37–49
'The Role of Courts in Commercial and Maritime Arbitration Under English Law', Georgios Zekos, Issue 1, pp. 51–73
'The European Court of Arbitration and its Arbitration and Mediation Rules', Mauro Rubino-Sammartano, Issue 1, pp. 75–81
'Defence and Illustration of Lex Mercatoria in Maritime Arbitration – The Case Study of “Extra-Contractual Detention” in Voyage Charter-party Disputes', Aboubacar Fall, Issue 1, pp. 83–94
'Much Ado about Errors: The Singapore Perspective', Lee Suet Lin Joyce, Issue 1, pp. 95–112

ISSUE 2
'The New International Commercial Arbitration Act of Iran – Towards Harmony with the UNCITRAL Model Law', Jamal Seifi, Issue 2, pp. 5–35
'Anational Arbitral Awards – Legal Phenomenon or Academic Phantom?', Thilo Rensmann, Issue 2, pp. 37–65
'China’s Two-Pronged Approach to International Arbitration – New Rules and New Law', Andrew Shields, Issue 2, pp. 67–83
'The New German Arbitration Act', Gino Lörcher, Issue 2, pp. 85–93
'The Legal Framework for the Recognition and Enforcement of International Commercial Arbitral Awards in Nigeria – Dilemmas and Agenda for Action', Dakas Clement James Dakas, Issue 2, pp. 95–116
'Alternative Dispute Resolution in India', O.P. Motiwal, Issue 2, pp. 117–127
'The Parties’ Rights Against a Dilatory or Unskilled Arbitrator – Possible New Approaches', Andrew I. Okekeifere, Issue 2, pp. 129–144
'Total Separation of International Commercial Arbitration and National Court Regime', Hong-Lin Yu, Issue 2, pp. 145–166
'Book Reviews', Issue 2, pp. 167–169

ISSUE 3
'Fast-Track Arbitration – Meeting the Demands of the Next Millennium', Eva Müller, Issue 3, pp. 5–18
'The Use of Arbitration Clauses in the Field of Banking and Finance – Current Status and Preliminary Conclusion', Marcus C. Boeglin, Issue 3, pp. 19–30
'The New Law on International Commercial Arbitration in Iran', Mansour Jafarian, Mehrdad Rezaeian, Issue 3, pp. 31–51
'Court-Assisted Discovery in Aid of International Commercial Arbitrations – Two Recent US Cases Regarding the Applicability of 28 U.S.C. § 1782', Eric A. Schwartz, Rolf B. Johnson, Issue 3, pp. 53–64
'State Contracts and Arbitral Choice-of-Law Process and Techniques – A Critical Appraisal', A.F.M. Maniruzzaman, Issue 3, pp. 65–92
'The Arbitration Proceedings – Fundamental Principles and Rights of the Parties', Johannes Trappe, Issue 3, pp. 93–102
'Heightened Judicial Review of Arbitral Awards – Perspectives from the UNCITRAL Model Law and the English Arbitration Act of 1996 on some US Developments', Vikram Raghavan, Issue 3, pp. 103–134
'Book Review', Brigitte Sterm, Issue 3, pp. 135–137

ISSUE 4
'Expanding!', Jacques Werner, Issue 4, pp. 5–5
'Practical Considerations in Drafting Dispute Resolution Provisions in International Commercial Contracts – A US Perspective', Dana H. Freyer, Issue 4, pp. 7–46
'Contractual Alteration of the Scope of Judicial Review – The US Experience', James B. Hamlin, Issue 4, pp. 47–61
'The Challenge of the ICC Arbitrators – Theory and Practice', Michel A. Calvo, Issue 4, pp. 63–72
'Ethics, Elitism, Eligbility: A Response – What happens if the Icelandic Arbitrator falls through the Ice?', David Hacking, Issue 4, pp. 73–79
'Commercial Arbitration As the Most Effective Dispute Resolution Method – Still a Fact or Now a Myth?', Andrew I. Okekeifere, Issue 4, pp. 81–105
'The Taiwanese Arbitration Act 1998', Hong-Lin Yu, Issue 4, pp. 107–125
'Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace', M. Scott Donahey, Issue 4, pp. 127–168
'Index – Volume 15', Issue 4, pp. 169–170

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