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The Frailty of the Arbitral Process in Cases involving Authoritarian States

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Affiliations: 1: Werner & Associes, Geneva, Switzerland. This article is a developed version of a speech delivered at the 8th Geneva Global Arbitration Forum held in Geneva on 6 and 7 December 2000. It is also partly based on the author's article, When Arbitration Becomes War— Some Reflections on the Frailty of the Arbitral Process in Cases Involving Authoritarian States, 17 J. Int. Arb. 5, October 2000.


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