International arbitration and international law
BAŞARAN, Halil Rahman
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International arbitration is a concept of international law. It endorses the fragmentary nature of international law and, as a reflection of informal international law-making, represents a challenge in terms of rules of recognition. Yet, none of these characteristics can be invoked to deny the contribution of international arbitration to international law. International arbitration is an institution inherent to international law, and one that both enhances and enriches international law.
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