Published 25 June 2018
Fourteen years after its first edition, Professor Rajoo provides a fully revised, updated and expanded edition of his work. The 1,100-page behemoth is structured into 13 Divisions and 54 chapters. Each chapter sets out by laying down the basics of international arbitration law and procedure which are then compared to the Malaysian approach. To analyse all of these chapters would in itself warrant the production of a small book. Instead, this review gives a short overview of what the treatise comprises and only sporadically delves into specific issues of current interest. It is fortunate in this regard that Professor Rajoo does not content himself with reporting cases and legislation but that he readily provides his own opinion on controversial topics. It is some of those topics which will be analysed in the following.