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UN Convention Puts Some Teeth In Mediation Enforcement

UN Convention Puts Some Teeth In Mediation Enforcement

United Nations member states, including the United States and China, recently signed the Singapore Convention on Mediation. Touted as a “kinder, gentler” way to settle international disputes, the convention also has some teeth to make any mediation binding.

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