Arbitration Under the New Egyptian Investment Law: A Sanguine Crusade, or a Mirage Station  

  Amr Arafa Hasaan, LL.M.*   Egypt has suffered massively in economic terms since the onset of the Arab Spring in 2011. Since then, there have been continuous endeavors to mitigate the loss, for instance, by holding the economic forum at Sharm El-sheikh in 2015, and concluding amendments to the investment law pending the same… Read More Arbitration Under the New Egyptian Investment Law: A Sanguine Crusade, or a Mirage Station  

When Public Interests, State Strategy, and International Law Clash in One Confidential Commercial Arbitration

Ira Ryk-Lakhman* Much ink has been spilt throughout the years on States’ and the public interest’s role in international commercial arbitration. These issues are of particular importance where the litigants in a given arbitration come from neighboring – and not necessarily allied – states, and even more so when the particular neighborhood in question is… Read More When Public Interests, State Strategy, and International Law Clash in One Confidential Commercial Arbitration