Arbitration International – Volume 35, Issue 1, March 2019

Arbitration International

Volume 35, Issue 1, March 2019

ISSN: 0957-0411, EISSN: 1875-8398

The Official Journal of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)

General Editor: Professor Wiliam W. Park

Deputy General Editors: Hege Elisabeth Kjos, Ruth Teitelbaum and Thomas W. Walsh

Editors: Jawad Ahmad, Klaus Peter Berger, Nigel Blackaby, Paul Friedland, Richard Kreindler, Dr, Barbara Lauriat, Loukas Mistelis, Salim Moollan, Karyl Nairn, Maria Slobodchikova and Nicholas Ulmer

Special Issues Editor: V. V. Veeder

Launched in 1985, Arbitration International provides quarterly coverage for national and international developments in the world of arbitration. The journal aims to maintain balance between academic debate and practical contributions to the field, providing both topical material on current developments and analytic scholarship of permanent interest. Arbitrators, counsel, judges, scholars and government officials will find the journal enhances their understanding of a broad range of topics in commercial and investment arbitration. Features include (i) articles covering all major arbitration rules and national jurisdictions written by respected international practitioners and scholars, (ii) cutting edge (case) notes covering recent developments and ongoing debates in the field, (iii) book reviews of the latest publications in the world of arbitration, (iv) Letters to the Editor and (v) agora grouping articles related to a common theme.

Arbitration International maintains a balance between controversial subjects for debate and topics geared toward practical use by arbitrators, lawyers, academics, judges, corporate advisors and government officials.


The emergence of transnational responses to corruption in international arbitration
Emmanuel Gaillard

Principles of interpretation of contracts under English law and their application in international arbitration
Lucy Greenwood

Joinder in international commercial arbitration
Dongdoo Choi

A return to innate arbitration culture: implications from a cost and efficiency perspective
Alex Baykitch and Edmund Bao

Appeal in International Arbitration—an efficient and affordable arbitral appeal mechanism
Noam Zamir and Peretz Segal

Free zone arbitration in the DIFC and the ADGM
Gordon Blanke

Book Review
Arbitration in Belgium—A Practitioner’s Guide, by Niuscha Bassiri and Maarten Draye (eds)
Govert Coppens

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