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Book Review: <i>International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in Regional and Global Contexts</i>, Luke Nottage. Edward Elgar Publishing. Cheltenham, UK 2021

Book Review: International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in... BOOK REVIEW International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in Regional and Global Contexts, Luke Nottage. Edward Elgar Publishing. Cheltenham, UK 2021. 407 pp (including index); Pound sterling (£) ISBN: 978-1-80088-081-8 As its title suggests, ‘International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in Regional and Global Contexts’ by Luke Nottage is a book which offers some insight for both practitioners and academics, particularly if their field of interest is international arbitration in Australia and/or Japan. The author has particular interest and exposure in Japan, where he has read and taught law. This book is a collection of ten previously published articles and essays, which have been updated indivi- dually and also bookended by introductory and concluding chapters. The setting is the COVID-19 pandemic, which ‘seems to have offered a pathway towards more thoroughgoing globalisation in international arbitration, as well as a more informal approach involving notably greater cost- and time-efficiencies’ (e.g., in the form of virtual or remote hearings). The book’s principal theme is the tensions in what the author calls ‘in/ formalisation’ (more formal versus informal approaches within international arbitration) and ‘glocalisation’ (globalization and national or local circum- stances). It is divided into three parts: Part http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian International Arbitration Journal Kluwer Law International

Book Review: <i>International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in Regional and Global Contexts</i>, Luke Nottage. Edward Elgar Publishing. Cheltenham, UK 2021

Asian International Arbitration Journal , Volume 17 (2): 5 – Oct 1, 2021

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BOOK REVIEW International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in Regional and Global Contexts, Luke Nottage. Edward Elgar Publishing. Cheltenham, UK 2021. 407 pp (including index); Pound sterling (£) ISBN: 978-1-80088-081-8 As its title suggests, ‘International Commercial and Investor-State Arbitration: Australia and Japan in Regional and Global Contexts’ by Luke Nottage is a book which offers some insight for both practitioners and academics, particularly if their field of interest is international arbitration in Australia and/or Japan. The author has particular interest and exposure in Japan, where he has read and taught law. This book is a collection of ten previously published articles and essays, which have been updated indivi- dually and also bookended by introductory and concluding chapters. The setting is the COVID-19 pandemic, which ‘seems to have offered a pathway towards more thoroughgoing globalisation in international arbitration, as well as a more informal approach involving notably greater cost- and time-efficiencies’ (e.g., in the form of virtual or remote hearings). The book’s principal theme is the tensions in what the author calls ‘in/ formalisation’ (more formal versus informal approaches within international arbitration) and ‘glocalisation’ (globalization and national or local circum- stances). It is divided into three parts: Part

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