Nasiruddeen Muhammad

Nasiruddeen Muhammad
University of Dubai · College of Law

Ph D

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Publications (7)
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This article appraises the doctrine of margin of appreciation as an analytical lens through which international disputes in general, and economic disputes in particular, could be arbitrated and settled. The doctrine is broadly understood in the arena of multilateral integration arrangements as ‘a line at which international supervision should give...
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On 9thMay 2018, President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) or Iran Nuclear Deal which is fruit of thirteen years of negotiations between Iran and world powers on Iran’s nuclear program. The JCPOA, since its creation, raised question whether it is a treaty or just a non-binding international instrume...
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The maritime industry had for long, recognized the relevance and significance of arbitration as a method of dispute resolution. The industry has been utilizing quasi-ad-hoc mechanism in conducting its arbitrations. Of recent, the industry is witnessing a phenomenal shift from the traditional quasi –ad-hoc mechanism to institutional mechanisms where...
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The notion of Investment is one of the most controversial issues trailing the dispute settlement mechanism of International Center for Settlement of Investment Dispute (ICSID). One notable issue surrounding the controversy is identifying an exact definition of investment for the purposes of ICSID Jurisdiction. While some tribunals tend to give effe...
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Nothing provokes discussion in Iranian Energy sector apart from Iranian nuclear pursuit than the Introduction of Buyback contract in the sector in 1989. The Buyback contract anchored under Article 81 of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Constitution is a form of service Contract in which a Contractor funds all investments in field development and rece...

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