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International commercial arbitration is one of several forms of dispute resolution for international commercial agreements. The use of arbitration has increased along with the growth of international trade and commerce and the accompanying disputes springing from these pursuits. In its broadest sense, arbitration is a vehicle of dispute resolution in which parties to a contract select a neutral arbitrator (or a panel of arbitrators) to present their dispute for a legally binding ruling. See also the Private International Law and International Dispute Resolution sections of EISIL.
In-depth assistance on researching international human rights law is available in the ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law’s continuously updated chapter on this subject.



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London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
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NAFTA - Chapter 11 - Investment (Canada, Dept. of Foreign Affairs and International Trade)
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NAFTA Investor-State Arbitrations (U.S. Department of State)
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NAFTA Secretariat
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NAFTA Secretariat, Dispute Settlement
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Permanent Court of Arbitration
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WTO Appellate Body Repertory of Reports and Awards 1995–2005
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Research Resources
ASIL Guide to Electronic Resources for International Law: International Commercial Arbitration
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ICSID Bibliography
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International Commercial Arbitration: Locating the Resources- Revised
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