Journal of International Dispute Settlement

Papers
(The median citation count of Journal of International Dispute Settlement is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Do Investor-State Dispute Settlement Cases Influence Domestic Environmental Regulation? The Role of Respondent State Bureaucratic Capacity9
The Singapore Convention: Towards a Universal Standard for the Recognition and Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements?5
Standing the Test of Time: The Level Playing Field and Rebalancing Mechanism in the UK–EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA)3
Confronting the ‘Non-Market Economy’ Treatment: The Evolving World Trade Organization Jurisprudence on Anti-Dumping and China’s Recent Practices2
The Tribunal with a Toolbox: On Perenco v Ecuador, Black Gold and Shades of Green2
The Struggle after the Victory: Non-compliance in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ Jurisprudence on Indigenous Territorial Rights2
International Law and Linguistics: Pieces of an Interdisciplinary Puzzle2
From Smart Contract Litigation to Blockchain Arbitration, a New Decentralized Approach Leading Towards the Blockchain Arbitral Order2
Perception and Process: Towards a Behavioural Theory of Compliance2
Enhancing Conflict Resolution ‘ASEAN Way’: The Dispute Settlement System of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership2
Damages and ISDS Reform: Between Procedure and Substance2
Inter-State Communication under ICERD: From ad hoc Conciliation to Collective Enforcement?2
Towards Greater Investor Accountability: Indirect Actions, Direct Actions by States and Direct Actions by Individuals2
OECD National Contact Point Specific Instances: When ‘Soft Law’ Bites?1
Dispute Settlement at the World Trade Organization, the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, and the Pacific Alliance1
Administrative Review Provisions in Chinese Investment Treaties: ‘Gilding the Lily’?1
Investment Facilitation for Development and the Reform of International Investment Dispute Settlement Mechanism: The Choice of Developing Countries1
Missing Masters: Causes, Consequences and Corrections for States’ Disengagement from the Investment Treaty System1
The ‘It’ Arbitrator: Why Do Corporations Not Act as Arbitrators?1
International commercial courts and EU law: easing the tension1
Behavioural Compliance Theory1
Law Development by the International Criminal Court as a Way to Enhance the Protection of Minorities—the Case for Intersectional Consideration of Mass Atrocities1
International Judicial Cooperation in Game Theory1
Sanctioning to Change State Behaviour1
Provisional Measures after Ukraine v Russia (2022)1
Drawing boundaries of police powers doctrine: a balanced framework for investors and states1
An Analysis of Sectional Title Dispute Resolution in South Africa1
Precedent in the WTO: Retrospective Reflections for a Prospective Dispute Settlement Mechanism1
E-Discovery in Investment Treaty Arbitration: Practice, Procedures, Challenges and Opportunities1
Much More than a Footnote (or Three): Frank C. Hendryx and an Untold Story of Petroleum Concessions and the Genesis of ICSID1
Mediation in Future Investor–State Dispute Settlement1
Returning the Home State to the Global Anti-Corruption Campaign1
The Potential of the Singapore Convention on Mediation for Art and Cultural Property Disputes1
Influence in investor-state dispute settlement: a dynamic concept0
When International Commercial Arbitration meets China’s sanction laws: living together but remaining apart?0
Planned Early Dispute Resolution Systems and Elements: Experiences and the Promise of Technology0
Keeping score: an empirical analysis of the interventions in Ukraine v Russia0
The legitimation of international adjudication0
Arbitration as an Alternative Dispute Settlement Mechanism at the WTO0
A framework of African Continental Free Trade Area dispute settlement mechanism: legal challenges0
Reparations in environmental cases: should the International Criminal Court consider the Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ jurisprudence?0
What Are We Talking About When We Talk About Deference in Investment Treaty Arbitration?0
Independence and impartiality through the lens of incompatible activities, disqualification and challenge: the ICJ, ITLOS, and inter-State arbitration0
Application of the Principle of Unity in the Legal Settlement of Sovereignty Disputes over Islands and Other Maritime Features0
Quasi-judicial Bodies and the Establishment of Standards and Principles for Assessing Mental Harm Sustained by Civilians Exposed to Hostilities0
The use of MFN clauses in investment arbitration: the problem of importation0
The ‘no greater rights’ principle: heading to a new Calvo Clause?0
A tale of two cities: the education and experiences of two ICJ judges in China and America0
Erratum to: How are Disputes Resolved under Bilateral Air Services Agreements? A Typology0
New international commercial courts: a delocalized approach0
The sovereign function test out of thin air? The status of the central bank determined behind the scenes in Certain Iranian Assets0
Towards clarity: the ‘may be affected’ requirement and non-party intervention at the International Court of Justice0
Environmental accountability: a case for international conciliation?0
Admissibility of Counterclaims: The Practice of UNCLOS Tribunals0
The effects of third-party intervention in the adjudication of maritime delimitation disputes0
Beyond law and politics: an empirical study of judicial mediation in China0
The Uses and Advantages of Side Letters in the Investment Chapters in Preferential Trade Agreements0
Procedural Cross-Fertilization in International Commercial and Investment Arbitration: A Functional Approach0
Article 17.6(ii) of the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement: Waiting for Chekhov’s Gun to Go Off0
Frivolous and Abuse of Process Claims in Investor–State Arbitration: Can Rules on Cost Allocation Become Solution?0
National Contestations of the Legal Reasoning of International Courts and Tribunals: A Gramscian Discourse Analysis Approach0
Trade openness in developing countries and use of the dispute settlement system of the World Trade Organisation0
On the request for an advisory opinion on climate change under UNCLOS before the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea0
How Are Disputes Resolved under Bilateral Air Services Agreements? A Typology0
Reconsidering International Compensation in Historical Context0
Keeping with the Times, Revisiting the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration0
Of squares, spheres and the elusive third dimension0
The Quadrilemma: Appointing Adjudicators in Future Investor–State Dispute Settlement0
Critics are not enemies0
The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform Process: Design, Dilemmas and Discontents0
Unusual Source of Inspiration: Cooking International Law0
State Responsibility for the Conduct of Rebels in Situations of Unsuccessful Civil Wars: A Critical Analysis of the Cengiz v Libya Case0
Multiple proceedings and abuse of procedure on BRI disputes0
Erratum to: China and International Adjudication—Picking Up Steam?0
Banning oil and gas activities under international investment law: a problem of indeterminacy0
Experimentation at the WTO lab: towards a better ‘Interface’ to accommodate State-owned enterprises0
Is There Life After Death?: The Persuasive Value of Annulled Investment Awards0
Cutting off the King’s Head: Rethinking Authority in International Law0
The Concept of ‘Principled Resistance’ to ECtHR Judgments: A Useful Tool to Analyse Implementation Deficits?0
Human Rights and Investor–State Dispute Settlement Reform: Fitting a Square Peg into a Round Hole?0
China and International Adjudication—Picking Up Steam?0
The ICJ judgment on Nicaragua v Colombia (2022): applying an established jurisdictional test or a problematic invention?0
The Draft Code of Conduct for Adjudicators in Investor–State Dispute Settlement: A Low-hanging Fruit in the ISDS Reform Process0
A tale of policy carve-outs and general exceptions: Eco Oro v Colombia as a case study0
Selection and Appointment in International Adjudication: Insights from Political Science0
The Discursive Construction of Facts in International Adjudication0
Affects, Emotions, and the Cartesian Epistemology of International Law0
Jurisdictional Conflicts between Investment Treaty and Commercial Arbitration—The Role of Lis Pendens0
Transnational Islamic Finance Disputes: Towards a Convergence with English Contract Law and International Arbitration0
Individual Opinions as an Agent of International Legal Development?0
Compensation in the jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice: towards an equitable approach0
Adjudication at the Service of Diplomacy: The Enrica Lexie Case0
International Arbitration and Cross-Border Insolvency—Friends or Foes? Revisiting the Role of Arbitration in Resolving Cross-border Insolvency-Related Disputes0
In memoriam: The profound impact of professor Armand de Mestral0
Unusual Sources of Inspiration: Springsteen0
The resolution of professional tennis disputes0
When the Dragon comes Home to Roost: Chinese Investments in the EU, National Security, and Investor–State Arbitration0
The two problem pillars of multiple proceedings in investment arbitration: why the abuse of process doctrine is a necessary remedy and requires focus in UNCITRAL’s ISDS reform0
The Rise of the International Commercial Court: A Threat to the Rule of Law?0
Unusual Sources of Inspiration: Schrödinger and Everett0
An Equivocal or Unequivocal Bar for Determining Consent to Jurisdiction0
New developments in the interpretation and application of the clean hands doctrine by investment tribunals0
Reflecting on the rule of law contestations narratives in the world trading system0
‘Lying with numbers’ in international arbitration against states0
Complying with Custom before the World Court: Towards a Relational Normativity0
Reforming Shareholder Claims in Investor-State Dispute Settlement0
The Origins and Operation of the General Principles of Law as Gap fillers0
Continental shelf delimitation beyond 200 nautical miles: Mauritius/Maldives and the forking paths in the jurisprudence0
State Compliance with International Law in Intelligence Matters: A Behavioural Approach0
Advancing Predictability via a Judicialized Investment Court? A Fresh Look Through the Lens of Constructivism0
The ‘Arbitralization’ of Courts: The Role of International Commercial Arbitration in the Establishment and the Procedural Design of International Commercial Courts0
Indian Princely States and the 19th-century Transformation of the Law of Nations0
Correction to: Cutting off the King’s Head: Rethinking Authority in International Law0
Judges ad hoc and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: An Overview of its Practice0
The ‘Open System’ and Its Gatekeepers: From Complexity in International Law, a Seminar in Honour of James Crawford0
International sanctions enacted against Russia as overriding mandatory rules—on which foot should international arbitrators stand?0
Competing over the continental shelf: the legal versus the geophysical entitlements0
Pleading for international law: assessing the influence of party to proceedings on legal change in international courts0
Equitable representation on international benches and the appointment of tribunal members in investor–State dispute settlement: a historical perspective0
Judicial Interactions and Human Rights Contestations in Latin America0
Domestic Contestations against International Courts and Tribunals: Introduction to the Special Issue0
Editorial Series on Unusual Sources of Inspiration for International Dispute Settlement0
Disrupt the Gambler’s Nirvana: Security for Costs in Investment Arbitration Supported by Third-Party Funding0
The Missing Elephant in the Room—the Jurisdiction of International Human Rights Tribunals over International Humanitarian Law0
From Traction to Treaty-Bound: Jus Cogens, Erga Omnes and Corporate Subjectivity in International Investment Arbitration0
The precarity of the police powers doctrine in investment arbitration: Rockhopper v Italy0
OUP accepted manuscript0
Arbitral Jurisdictional Regulation in Investment Treaty Arbitration and Domestic Courts0
The 1971 and 2019 Hague Judgments Conventions: Compared and Whether China Would Change Its Attitude Towards The Hague0
Why states refuse to participate in judicial proceedings: uncovering key reasons and historical evolution0
The Missing Reading of the Parable: Comment on ‘The Twelfth Camel, or the Economics of Justice’, by F Ost [(2011) 2(2) J Int Disp Settlement 333–51]0
Enhancing access to digital justice: digital governance of dispute resolution and dispute prevention in online commercial activities0
Corrigendum to idab005 “Judicial Interactions and Human Rights Contestations in Latin America”0
Biased or Not Biased? Arbitral Decision-Making and Arbitrators’ Preferences0
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