In this book, major concepts of international commercial arbitration are explained in considerable detail. A comparative law approach has been taken whereby important court decisions, national laws of various countries, international conventions and rules of internationally recognized bodies have been elucidated. Each of these concepts has been thereafter linked with the Indian Law and Indian Court decisions.
The Indian scenario with the latest case laws has been dealt with in a critical manner. Various insights and their subsequent analogies with regard to the controversial topic of the `Indian Public Policy as a threat to International Commercial Arbitration` have been included.