The 1958 New York Convention in Action
This work provides an in-depth objective account of the Convention in terms of textual analysis and judicial practice. By drawing on the Convention’s drafting history in great detail, it presents a coherent account of how the most recurring interrogations about the text are reflected (or not) in judicial practice. The author has studied more than 1,700 decisions rendered under the Convention since its inception in 1958 in order to provide a succinct selection of landmark cases per article.
Marike Paulsson, The 1958 New York Convention in Action (2016).