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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Schwebel, Stephen M.
In the field of international arbitration, both inter-State and commercial, the effective establishment and operation of the arbitral tribunal is a matter of dominant importance. This study examines three salient problems which arise in this connection: the relationship between an arbitration clause and the contract of which it forms part; whether a refusal to arbitrate is a denial of justice under international law; and the impact upon arbitration of the withdrawal of a member of the tribunal.Schwebel, Stephen M. is the author of 'International Arbitration: Three Salient Problems' with ISBN 9780949009029 and ISBN 0949009024.
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