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The third issue of the journal published

1The RAA presented its third issue of, which is dedicated to the 60th Anniversary of the New York Convention. This issue features the Study on the Application of the Convention by Russian courts in 2008-2017 conducted by RAA.

The focus of the November issue is on Hong Kong, with HKIAC being one of the few foreign arbitral institutions that attempted to get a license from the Russian Government to administer arbitrations seated in Russia. In an exclusive interview, Ms. Karen Tan, the HKIAC’s Business Development Director, provides some interesting insights. You will also find an overview of the Hong Kong legal and court system as well as the recent changes to HKIAC arbitration rules. Besides, you will find a report by Professor Christina Ramberg about the Swedish Law Day, the inaugural annual event which took place in Moscow on October 23, 2018.

In view of the recent Russian case law on public policy, a comparative analysis of the application of the public policy doctrine by English courts done by Francis Greenway is timely and welcome. The Russian section features an extensive report on the investment disputes filed against the state of Belarus, an article explaining why European state courts may be a competitive forum to the existing arbitral institutions, and a review of the Conference of the Swiss Chambers Arbitral Institution (SCAI), ASA (Swiss Arbitration Association) and the Russian Arbitration Association which was held in Moscow on October 25, 2018

To download an e-version of the magazine, please follow the link.

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