Modernising Mesopotamia: The Case for Arbitration Reform in Iraq
Article from: TDM 2 (2015), in Arbitration in the Middle East: Expectations and Challenges for the Future
Not much time has elapsed, relatively speaking, since the US troops' withdrawal from Iraq. However, no sooner than the proverbial dust began to settle have international forces returned to the scene, to combat the most recent terrorist activity. Notwithstanding the ongoing conflict on the ground, for many businesses, operations must not grind to a halt. The continuing violence, and the serious corruption that subsists within the country's decision-making organs, should not detract from the urgent need to assess the adequacy of Iraq's legal regime, particularly from the perspective of ...