The Application of the New York Convention in the Russian Federation
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Nataliya G. Doronina, Natalia G. Semilyutina and Madina A. Tsirina
Nataliya G. Doronina
The article presents the results of the analysis of the application of the New York Convention in the Russian Federation. The article reveals the concept of “arbitration courts” and “arbitration” and how these concepts are reflected in the Russian legislation. Modern trends of arbitration regulation in Russia and prospects of domestic and international arbitration are defined. Authors analyze the historical roots and various doctrines of the tertiary courts and international commercial arbitration that reflect the understanding of these institutions in the Russian legal system. These views in some way affect the consequent implementation of the New York Convention provisions with respect to foreign arbitral awards on the Russian territory.
Tertiary courts; Arbitration; arbitration courts; Arbitration regulation; Internal and international arbitration; New York Convention in the Russian Federation; ICAC