Arbitration in this context denotes the determination of a difference between states or between a state and a non-state person by a legal decision of a tribunal consisting of one or more arbitrators that is established by the parties for the specific purpose of resolving a particular dispute1 or class of disputes, and is thus not a permanent tribunal such as the International Court of Justice
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