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This volume reaffirms the author's distinctive approach in the context of the burgeoning global use of arbitration as the preferred means of dispute resolution. Focusing on the systematic procedural aspects that have developed from a remarkable convergence of legal systems - making arbitration today truly international rather than merely a proceedings in which the parties are of different nationality - Professor Rubino-Sammartano offers what should prove to be a uniquely valuable and useful book for both study and practice.
In addition to the procedural and substantive analysis that characterized the first edition, this new edition features the following: new chapters on UNCITRAL arbitration, recognition, and enforcement under the New York Convention; a wealth of new material on arbitration of commercial disputes between a State and a private party; a new solution to conflicts problems using the doctrine of the tronc commun; a formula of appeal with a de novo review and a self-executing mechanism; and expert discussion of the idea of a new supranational arbitration court of appeal.