Mediation Rules of the ARMO for State-to-State Disputes: Effective, Efficient and Practical

Sharma, R 2018, 'Mediation Rules of the ARMO for State-to-State Disputes: Effective, Efficient and Practical', Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 47-62.


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Title Mediation Rules of the ARMO for State-to-State Disputes: Effective, Efficient and Practical
Author(s) Sharma, R
Year 2018
Journal name Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy
Volume number 13
Issue number 1
Start page 47
End page 62
Total pages 16
Publisher National Taiwan University
Abstract The purpose of the proposed Asia-Pacific Regional Mediation Organization (hereinafter "ARMO") is to promote mediation as a means of dispute resolution process for State-to-State or Economy-to-Economy disputes. As widely accepted in the Asian culture, it is believed that mediation is the best way to resolve such disputes. In this regard, the ARMO has proposed a set of effective, efficient and practical mediation rules, Draft "Rules of Procedure for Mediation Conducted Under the Asia-Pacific Regional Mediation Organization" (hereinafter "ARMO Rules of Procedure"). The ARMO Rules of Procedure are guided by the principle of maintaining friendly relationships as well as reaching a peaceful resolution of disputes between members of the ARMO. The main aim of these rules is to provide an alternative and not a competing forum of dispute resolution. This paper highlights the salient as well as the unique features of ARMO Rules of Procedure.
Subject Access to Justice
Litigation, Adjudication and Dispute Resolution
International Trade Law
Keyword(s) Asia-pacific mediation organization
Dispute resolution
Economy-to-economy dispute
Mediation
Mediation rules of Asia-pacific mediation organization
State-to-state dispute
Copyright notice Copyright © 2018 by Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy; Rajesh Sharma
ISSN 1819-5164
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