PCA's Middle East Outreach Underscores Growing Importance

Law360, New York (April 26, 2016, 8:49 PM EDT) -- Recent initiatives by the Permanent Court of Arbitration to engage with speakers of Arabic show not only the increasing relevance of international arbitration in the Middle East and Arab world, but also the need for institutions to adapt to those users' needs.

The Netherlands-based PCA announced earlier this month that Saudi Arabia's Prince Bandar Bin Salman Bin Mohamed Al-Saud had met with the PCA's top administrators in late March to discuss the role of the organization in resolving international disputes and to formalize the prince's agreement to fund the translation of the PCA's website into Arabic.

That translation is just the...

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