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Journal of International Dispute Settlement - Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2023

Journal of International Dispute Settlement – Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2023

Journal of International Dispute Settlement - Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2023

Journal of International Dispute Settlement

Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2023

ISSN: 2040-3585, EISSN: 2040-3593

Since the 1980s, a radical development has taken place in international dispute settlement. The number of international courts, tribunals and other international dispute resolution mechanisms has increased dramatically. The number of international disputes resolved by such means has risen in even greater proportions. These disputes more and more frequently raise issues that combine private and public international law, effectively bringing back to light the deep-seated interactions that have always existed between these two traditional fields of academic study. The regulatory impact of certain branches of international dispute settlement – such as international arbitration – further create the need to take a step back and think about where we are going. The growth of the field of international dispute settlement in practice, the novelty and significance of the issues posed, and the originality of the academic angle from which such issues need to be addressed are the factors that triggered the launch of the Journal of International Dispute Settlement.

CONTENIDO

Editorial
Unusual Source of Inspiration: Cooking International Law
Béatrice I Bonafé

Pleading for international law: assessing the influence of party to proceedings on legal change in international courts
William Hamilton Byrne and Zuzanna Godzimirska

Influence in investor-state dispute settlement: a dynamic concept
Rachel Cahill-O’Callaghan and others

Beyond law and politics: an empirical study of judicial mediation in China
Kun Fan

Current Developments
International commercial courts and EU law: easing the tension
Pietro Ortolani and Bas van Zelst

Competing over the continental shelf: the legal versus the geophysical entitlements
Benjamin Salas Kantor and Carolina Valdivia Torres

Towards clarity: the ‘may be affected’ requirement and non-party intervention at the International Court of Justice
Gracious Avayiwoe

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