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With the expansion of multilateral conventions and the continuing trend toward harmonisation of laws between countries, the doctrine of conflict of laws has taken on a new significance in cross-border practice. It can no longer be seen in the old nation-centred way, but must now be understood from a more substantive perspective that recognises the weight of multinational institutions. This volume clearly reflects the multiple facets of a fundamental doctrine as it adapts to new and unprecedented global realities.