Asian Mediation Articles
(10/16/20)Gary Birnberg, Ranse Howell
This article discusses new opportunities for cross-border mediation, collaboration and dialogue.
(10/09/20)Ved Thakur, Yash More
Article 30 of the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration encourages resolution of disputes through a settlement between parties by way of mediation.
(8/28/20)Gregg Relyea, Kenneth Cloke, David Bogan, Carla Marcucci, Hitoshi Suzuki, Adedoyin Rhodes-Vivour, Rory O'Connor, Andrea Maia
This article combines voices from all 7 continents as they discuss how COVID has affected the conflict resolution field around them.
The reality of mediation practice in India is in stark contrast to mediation taught in theory.
(7/30/20)Aloysius Goh, Sean Lim, Samantha Lek, Megan Tay
Humbling as it may be for adults to admit, the sages who can unlock the Golden Age of mediation may actually be the youth.
This article critically analyses the various flaws in the 6-day negotiation that took place between the Indian and Pakistani Government with respect to the Liaquat-Nehru Pact. It throws light on the fact that though this negotiation wasn't principally ethical or viable but was very much required to save the world from becoming a spectator to yet another war.
Conflict is inherent and pulsating in every situation or aspect of life.
This series examines how the 7 continents are dealing with conflict during COVID. This one examines the view from Asia.
(6/08/20)Jonathan Rodrigues, Tanu Mehta
Mediation in India has taken giant strides over the last few years. The new course offerings are a testament to these advances.
(5/29/20)Alberto Elisavetsky, Maria Victoria Marun
Those of us who have been working for many years, not only in the academic field, but also in a practical way in On Line Dispute Resolution (ODR), that we call on line or electronic, feel that in these times "the future is here ”
As I look out of the window of my home office and take in the stillness of a complete lockdown that has been imposed in the wake of COVID-19, I am struck by the sense of balance that exists amidst the chaos and panic that also overwhelms me.
(5/08/20)Sandhya Swaminathan, Kartikeya Singh
Dispute resolution mechanisms in India on the other hand, have not kept up with time and technology.
This article is an opinion piece by one reader and examines if our world leaders responded to the COVID-19 crisis with empathy.
This article examines the Singapore Convention: An opportunity to make mediation the default response.
This article discusses the facts of divorce as it stands today.
(3/27/20)Sahil Kanuga, Payel Chatterjee
The landmark decision of the Singapore Convention signing by India on August 07, 2019 puts the future of mediation and mediated settlements in India on a strong pedestal.
(3/15/20)Laila Ollapally, Tara Ollapally
This is an interview with Laila and Tara Ollapally discussing the history and present state of mediation in India, and what opportunities they see over the next 10 years.
When there is a disruption to any part of the supply chain, the impact is felt globally. We are seeing this now with the coronavirus (COVID-19).
This is a new interview of Bruce Edwards by Mediate.com's Managing Editor, Dr. Clare Fowler. Mr. Edwards discusses the growth in the field of mediation generally and the growth of mediation in India specifically.
On July 31, 2019, the Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the signing of the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation (popularly referred to as the “Singapore Convention”) by the Republic of India.
Is there then something that can be said to be a ‘Right Education?’
In India, where courts are overburdened and the backlog of cases runs into lakhs, the argument for online dispute resolution is strong.
As part of a broader commitment to expand JAMS’ global footprint, the JAMS International Operations group recently organized an event in Beijing, China.
The fundamental concept of the Convention began in 1958 with the signing of the New York Convention. That concept is the obligation of contracting nation states to give effect to private agreements emerging from alternative dispute resolution.
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