Baltic Yearbook of International Law, Volume 8 (2008)

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The Baltic Yearbook of International Law is an annual publication containing contributions on topical issues in international law and related fields that are relevant to Baltic affairs and beyond. In addition to articles on different aspects of international law, each Yearbook focuses on a theme with particular importance to the development of international law. The Baltic Yearbook of International Law aims to contribute to the development of thought, standard-setting and relevant practices in the world.

This volume contains a collection of essays that were initially presented at the conference ‘Arbitration in the Baltics: Contemporary Issues’, which took place at the Riga Graduate School of Law in Latvia. Arbitration is increasingly gaining ground in all three Baltic States, although there is still some way to go yet. In addition to insights into the private law developments relevant to arbitration in the Baltics, this volume contains articles on the history of international law in the region and modern challenges presented to domestic law through international developments. The International Law Materials section contains reports on the practices of all three Baltic States
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Table of Contents

Special Theme:
Arbitration in the Baltics: Contemporary Issues
Editor: Galina Zukova

Galina Žukova: Arbitration in Three Baltic States: A Thorny Path of Learning
Jan Ramberg: What Arbitrators Can and Cannot Do
Asko Pohla: New Arbitration Legislation in Estonia: Role of State Courts in Arbitral Proceedings
Inga Kačevska: An Arbitration Agreement in Latvian Arbitration Environment
Kalvis Torgāns: Possible Solutions to Challenges of Arbitral Awards in Latvia
Rimantas Simaitis and Renata Beržanskienė: Arbitration in Lithuania: The Matter of Fact
Nina Vilkova: Arbitration Agreement and its Impact upon the Efficiency of Dispute Resolution in International Commercial Arbitration
Ieva Kalniņa: Iura Novit Curia: Scylla and Charybdis of International Arbitration?
Mārtiņš Paparinskis: Barcelona Traction: A Friend of Investment Protection Law

General Articles
Jaanika Erne: Conferral of Powers by the Estonian State on International Organisations
Loreta Šaltinytė: Interpreting an Arbitration Clause under Lithuanian Law of 1993: Svenska Petroleum v. the Government of the Republic of Lithuania

History of International Law
Rytis Satkauskas: Lithuanian-Latvian Border Arbitration 1920–1921

Materials on International Law: 2007
Mārtiņš Paparinskis (ed.): Latvia
Saulius Katuoka and Loreta Šaltinytė (eds.): Lithuania

Book Reviews
Towards a Science of International Arbitration: Collected Empirical Research (Karim Youssef)
Christoph Liebscher and Alice A. Fremuth-Wolf (eds.) Arbitration Law and Practice in Central and Eastern Europe (Galina Zukova)
Michael Reisman The Reasons Requirement in International Arbitration: Critical Case Studies (Tai-Heng Cheng)
List of Contributors
Information for Authors

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