Arbitration in Kyrgyzstan Historically, arbitration in the Kyrgyz Republic is one of the least studied in Central Asia. Not much attention has been paid to the study of the law and practice of arbitration in the country. One of the recent books on the Law and Practice of International Arbitration in the CIS Region wholly…

International Minimum Standard of Treatment (IMST) is one of the most important protection standards available to non-domestic investors under international law. The standard has been a subject of controversy on a number of occasions (see, for instance Saluka v. Czech Republic). Much of the controversy and debate arise with respect to the relationship of IMST…

The specter of communism that was once lingering over the Europe has long faded away, and the alliance, one of the biggest socialist experiments in the history of mankind, that stood to safeguard and promote its ideals has failed. In 1991 out of the remains of the Soviet Union emerged five independent Central Asian states….