In many ways, the relationship between litigation and international commercial arbitration is a curious one, with experts adopting diametrically opposed positions on how the two procedures do or should interact. For example, some people take the view that international commercial arbitration is a uniquely self-contained dispute resolution mechanism that proceeds entirely independent of state control.'
S. I. Strong,
Border Skirmishes: The Intersection between Litigation and International Commercial Arbitration,
2012 J. Disp. Resol.
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