Africa and International Arbitration: from Accommodation and Acceptance to Active Engagement
Article from: TDM 4 (2015), in Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration
This paper is part of an on-going project aimed at offering an exhaustive, comprehensive, and penetrating assessment of the state of international arbitration in Africa and contributing to the development of arbitration in the region. The paper is primarily based largely on a desk review of arbitration laws of selected countries in Africa, the arbitral rules of selected arbitral centers in the region, as well as on a study of the activities of arbitral institutions in the continent. In the future, site visits to the arbitral center in Africa, telephone conferences with key officials in each ...