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Interpretive Resources

Here are some links to online and print materials, which may be helpful in looking at some of the various treaties.

Online Treaties and Conventions

Treaties are important to the field of ICA, especially in terms of the enforcement of arbitral agreements. The most well-known treaty in this field is perhaps the New York Convention; however, researchers may find regional or other treaties of use. Citations below to Redfern refer to the Redfern & Hunter on International Arbitration, 5th Edition (2009).

Researching Treaties

Go further with your treaty research. Here are some links that will help with treaty-specific research.

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