Featured in GAR: Consent in Context: Fulfilling the Promise of International Arbitration.
Consent in Context: Fulfilling the Promise of International Arbitration is an ambitious, multifaceted project led by the respected Egyptian arbitrator Karim A Youssef. Drawing on his unparalleled knowledge in areas spanning international law, sociology, and psychology, Youssef offers an insightful overview of the complex interplay between consent, arbitration, and context. With an eye towards the geographical and cultural diversity of both his professional background and the scholarship undergirding his thesis, Youssef merges civil and common law perspectives, weaving in references to case law from the US, Arab countries, and Eastern Europe to name just a few. His rigorous dual methodological approach is representative of both theory and practice, offering readers a comprehensive rethinking of the concept of consent in international arbitration.