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Arbitration in Saudi Arabia and in the United States of America Research Proposal

… Arbitrator's comparative study between Saudi Arabia and the U.S. A.

Historically, the technique of arbitration as a means to resolve disputes in Saudi Arabia has been underused. But, since no proper system for reporting cases of arbitration exists in the country, statistical information on number of such cases and nationality of involved parties is virtually unobtainable. Several arbitration cases comprising Saudi parties occur outside of the country -- foreign arbitration laws administer them (Zegers & Elzorkany 1; Janahi 43).

In the U.S., statutory framework for enforcing arbitration awards and arbitration agreements is provided by the American Arbitration Act (AAA). U.S. Supreme Court rulings in the past numerous decades see to it that the pro-arbitration directive of the AAA should be construed broadly and applied universally…. [read more]


Foreign Investment in Saudi Arabia Term Paper

… ¶ … percent of the world's proven oil and gas reserves, the Saudi Arabian government has embarked on an aggressive initiative to diversify the country's economy and provide new employment opportunities for young Saudi nationals entering the job market. As part of this initiative, Saudi Arabia has implemented a number of pro-business foreign direct investment laws that are helping achieve this diversification. The purpose of this study was (a) to determine how the government of Saudi Arabia currently regulates foreign investment; (b) to identify the controlling laws that govern this type of investment; and, if so, what are the requirements; and (c) to analyze Saudi foreign direct investment laws through a series of case studies to gain new insights into how the regulatory framework actually…. [read more]


International Crime Rates Term Paper

… The actual trial phase in the Saudi court is a "three-tiered" structure and is inclusive of both trial and appellate courts.

A pardon may be given by the King of Saudi and may be present to serve in the capacity of the final court hearing appeals in determining verdict conformation to the Shari'a courts. The Ministry of Justice presides over the general sessions of the Shari'a court. The Shari'a courts hear both civil and criminal cases as the jurisdictions are that of general. From the top down the courts in the Kingdom of Saudi are the High Courts, the Court of Appeals, the Musta'galah or ordinary courts on which a judge sits and deals with minor domestic, misdemeanor and small claims matters. Below is demonstrated…. [read more]


Judicial Review of Arbitral Awards on Public Policy Grounds Lessons From the Middle East Introduction

… Middle East Dispute Resolution

JUDICIAL REVIEW of ARBITRAL AWARDS on PUBLIC POLICY GROUNDS: LESSONS FROM the MIDDLE EAST

The objective of this work is to conduct a judicial review of arbitral awards on public policy grounds and specifically in terms of lessons from Middle East. This thesis is confined to public policy as an exception to the enforcement of arbitral awards, which is know as the public policy exception. The proposed research in this study will be of the nature that examines the theoretical underpinning and practical application of public policy within the context of international arbitration. This research will examine public policy in countries in the Middle East. Public policy is a concept that is vague and impossible to define and experiences variation from…. [read more]


International Energy Law Essay

… State authorities sat in front of formal and proper arbitral tribunals and were assisted by foreign counsel, the result of which were important, fair, and legally balanced cases (Kosheri, n.d.).

The International Energy Sector Landscape: In the 1980s

During this decade, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) arbitrators of the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) panels rendered rulings that exhibited the maturation in the field of arbitration (Sabater, 2011). AGIP v. Congo, Case No. ARB/77/1 occurred during this period, as did the Aminoil Tribunal of 1982, which was characterized by its elaborated and detailed reasoning (Sabater, 2011). A number of petroleum claims were submitted from 1983 through 1987 that were brought before the Iran / USA arbitration Tribunal (Sabater, 2011). In the…. [read more]


Future Wars of the Middle East Will Result Over Water Shortages Term Paper

… Water in the Middle East

Governments around the world have a primary concern over water availability and the Middle East and North Africa are no exception. The thesis evaluates the possibility of future wars throughout the Middle East and North Africa due to water scarcity and limited water resources presently being experienced in that region.

The paper starts by revealing the gravity of the situation by showing the present statistics surrounding the problem of water scarcity throughout the world. Thereafter, the paper highlights the importance of water in the national economy. From then on, the paper briefly discusses the present situation of water scarcity in the Middle East by noting down the present available resources of water in the Middle East. Lastly, the paper briefly…. [read more]


Relationship of Internship to Course Term Paper

… Relationship of Internship to Course Material

As discussed above, the Chamber of Commerce Franco-Arab acts a meeting platform for the French and Arab traders. The main aim of this organization is to promote trade association and relationship between French and Arab traders in a number of business sectors including service industries, manufacturing industries and agriculture.

This chamber holds business conferences, seminars and workshops that are headed by key speakers. In addition to that, it also develops policy papers and analyzes business environment in various areas. Apart from that, the chamber also performs a number of activities that are related to various areas of business in Arab and France.

I joined the Chamber of Commerce Franco-Arab as an intern in the Communication and Research department. I…. [read more]


Law and Business When Glenn Assessment

… ¶ … Law and Business

When Glenn says that a legal tradition is information, he is referring to the way that the legal process helps form the basis of historical tradition, of the way societies decided to form a code of morality and ethics in order to retain a positive and cooperative (e.g. social) state of affairs. Since humanity is all part of some type of tradition, then it stands that legal traditions, through the ages, are able to provide us with information about ways in which past societies operated, and the lessons they can impart for present and future society. This is, in fact, broken up into two major areas: humans and groups and culture.

By the very nature of culture and humanity, humans…. [read more]


Negotiation Stories: Lessons Learned Professional Writing

… Negotiation Stories: Lessons Learned

Negotiation is the framework upon which business and politics are able to function effectively (Tohm, 2001). There are three primary facets of negotiation which exist in the context of factors such as scale, culture, and relative significance of the market. Those facets, interests, priorities, and strategy are constant irrespective of the specific negotiation underway. When negotiations function effectively governments and corporations are able to merge and affect change smoothly without undue disruption to business or the lives of those people directly affected by such changes. When negotiations fail though, it is to the inevitable detriment of all parties involved.

There are four primary types of negotiation that is in the context of the end goal of the strategy (Tohm, 2001). Deal…. [read more]


Down? The Value Term Paper

… S. economy. Further, the purchases would serve to provide the Federal Reserve with background in undertaking open market operations in financial arenas besides Treasuries, something Cooper suggests will have to been sooner or later if the marketable federal debt is paid off; however, the administration and Congress do not appear to be acknowledging that course of action is an eventuality, and continue to press for proposed tax reductions that will simply drive the need for Federal Reserve adaptation further into the future (Cooper 217). The processes are being further exacerbated by the oil-producing countries of the Middle East which now possess vast quantities of U.S. Treasury Bonds. According to Vesely (2004), "Since oil is priced in dollars, the flow of U.S. currency into their coffers…. [read more]

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