This Article will examine the use of conciliation as a mechanism for the resolution of disputes arising out of trade, investment, and other business relationships in this broadly framed transnational system. Part I presents an overview of dispute resolution methods. Part II provides a definition of “international conciliation.” Part III discusses the various uses of international conciliation as a method for the resolution of international conflicts; this Part highlights several relevant international agreements and organizations. Part IV argues in favor of conciliation as a means for achieving the settlement of international economic and business disputes.
Linda C. Reif,
Conciliation As A Mechanism For The Resolution Of International Economic And Business Disputes,
14 Fordham Int'l L.J. 578
Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ilj/vol14/iss3/3