Journal of International Arbitration

Volume 28 (2011)

'Why South Africa Should Update Its International Arbitration Legislation — An Appeal from the International Arbitration Community for Legal Reform in South Africa', Stephan Wilske, Jade G. Ewers, Issue 1, pp. 1–13
'Validity of the “Beijing Arbitration” Clause — A Discussion of Two Landmark Civil Rulings of the Chinese Supreme People’s Court', Peng Xianwei, Issue 1, pp. 15–20
'U.S. Anti-suit Injunctions in Support of International Arbitration: Five Questions American Courts Ask', Chetan Phull, Issue 1, pp. 21–50
'The Revised UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules Seen through the Prism of Electronic Disclosure', Daria Kozlowska, Issue 1, pp. 51–65
'Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Online Business-to-Consumer Contracts', Mutasim Ahmad Alqudah, Issue 1, pp. 67–79
'Non-signatories’ Right to Appeal the Denial of a Stay of Litigation: Arthur Andersen L.L.P. v. Carlisle', S.I. Strong, Issue 1, pp. 81–85

'International Arbitration in a Global Economy: The Challenges of the Future', Bernard Hanotiau, Issue 2, pp. 89–103
'Does Bifurcation Really Promote Efficiency?', Lucy Greenwood, Issue 2, pp. 105–111
'Costs Awards in Arbitration', Mauro Rubino Sammartano, Issue 2, pp. 113–114
'Arbitration Costs as Relief and/or Damages', José Rosell, Issue 2, pp. 115–126
'Dallah: The Supreme Court’s Positively Pro-Arbitration “No” to Enforcement', Devika Khanna, Issue 2, pp. 127–135
'Waiver of Appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal: Recent Evolution of the Case Law and Compatibility with ECHR, Article 6', Nora Krausz, Issue 2, pp. 137–162
'Harmonisation of Irish Arbitration Law: Arbitration Act 2010', Louise Reilly, Issue 2, pp. 163–171
'International Arbitration Events Calendar', Issue 2, pp. 173–174

'Arbitration Agreements and Anational Law: A Question of Intent?', Maria Hook, Issue 3, pp. 175–186
'Impartiality and the Issue of Repeat Arbitrators — A Reply to Slaoui', Raphaël de Vietri, Kanaga Dharmananda, Issue 3, pp. 187–200
'International Arbitration and the Duty to Know the Law', Jeff Waincymer, Issue 3, pp. 201–242
'Nurdin Jivraj v. Sadruddin Hashwani: The English Court of Appeal Erects a Regulatory Barrier to Appointment of Arbitrators in the Name of Anti-Discrimination', Inae Yang, Issue 3, pp. 243–254
'International Arbitration and Shari’a Law: Context, Scope, and Intersections', Ahmad Alkhamees, Issue 3, pp. 255–264
'Polimaster Ltd. v. RAE Systems, Inc.: My Place or Yours? But Not Both', Erica Stein, Issue 3, pp. 265–271
'Are Arbitrators Not Human? Are They from Mars? Why Should Arbitrators be a Separate Species?', Sarosh Zaiwalla, Issue 3, pp. 273–282
'The Mediated Settlement Agreement — The Ecuadorian Experience', Ximena Bustamante Vásconez, Issue 3, pp. 283–290
'International Arbitration Events Calendar', Issue 3, pp. 291–293

'Language, Truth, and Arbitral Accuracy', Nicolas C. Ulmer, Issue 4, pp. 295–311
'Who is Afraid of Nottebohm?Reconciling the ICSID Nationality Requirement for Natural Persons with Nottebohm ’s “Effective Nationality” Test', Cornel Marian, Issue 4, pp. 313–326
'Using an Event Study Methodology to Compute Damages in International Arbitration Cases', Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz, Santiago Dellepiane, Issue 4, pp. 327–342
'Prospects of Foreign Arbitration Institutions Administering Arbitration in China', Fan Kun, Issue 4, pp. 343–353
'Confidentially Speaking: Commercial Arbitration in Canada’s Open Courts', Nicholas Pengelley, Issue 4, pp. 355–370
'The New French Law on International Arbitration', Beatrice Castellane, Issue 4, pp. 371–380
'Clues to Construing the New French Arbitration Law — An ICC Perspective on Procedural Efficiency, Good Faith, and Independence', Nadia Darwazeh, Baptiste Rigaudeau, Issue 4, pp. 381–399
'Witness Preparation: Memory and Storytelling', Jennifer Kirby, Issue 4, pp. 401–406
'Dallah : Conflicting Judgments from the U.K. Supreme Court and the Paris Cour d’Appel', Jacob Grierson, Mireille Taok, Issue 4, pp. 407–422
'International Arbitration Events’ Calendar', Issue 4, pp. 423–425

'Shifting the Burden of Proof in the Practice of the Iran–United States Claims Tribunal', Ali Z. Marossi, Issue 5, pp. 427–443
'Harmonization and Delocalization of International Commercial Arbitration', Renata Brazil-David, Issue 5, pp. 445–466
'Negotiating and Drafting Arbitration Agreements with Chinese Parties — Special Considerations of Chinese Law and Practice', Paul Friedland, Bing Yan, Issue 5, pp. 467–484
'The Three Mediations (Light and Shadow of the Italian Example)', Mauro Rubino-Sammartano, Issue 5, pp. 485–491
'Party Autonomy and the Constitutionality of Nigerian Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1988, Sections 7(4) and 34 — Commentary on Agip Oil Co. Ltd. v. Kremmer and others, Chief Felix Ogunwale v. Syrian Arab Republic, and Bendex Engineering Ltd. v. Efficient Petroleum (Nigeria) Ltd.', Chukwuemeka E. Ibe, Issue 5, pp. 493–499
'The Expanded Role of the Appointing Authority under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules 2010', Sarah Grimmer, Issue 5, pp. 501–517
'The New AFA Arbitration Rules', Detlev Kühner, Issue 5, pp. 519–534
'International Arbitration Events’ Calendar', Issue 5, pp. 535–539

'The Arbitrator as Mediator, and Mediator as Arbitrator', Paul E. Mason, Issue 6, pp. 541–551
'Judicial Review of Arbitral Awards in International Arbitration – A Case for an Efficient System of Judicial Review', Hossein Abedian, Issue 6, pp. 553–590
'Keeping the Golden Goose Alive: Could Alternative Fee Arrangements Reduce the Cost of International Arbitration?', Lucy Greenwood, Issue 6, pp. 591–598
'Recent Developments in Arbitration in Australia', Clyde Croft, Issue 6, pp. 599–616
'Enforcement of Arbitral Awards Annulled in Russia – Case Comment on Dutch Supreme Court of 25 June 2010', Albert Jan van den Berg, Issue 6, pp. 617–641
'Big Trouble in ‘Little China’ – Could a Constitutional Dilemma Concerning State Immunity Threaten Hong Kong’s Position as a Pre-eminent Arbitration Seat?', Ashley Bell, Issue 6, pp. 643–652
'International Arbitration Events Calendar', Issue 6, pp. 653–654
'Article Index', Issue 6, pp. 655–657
'Subject Index', Issue 6, pp. 659–678

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