What does the principle of finality mean in international arbitration? What determines finality? When is an award clothed with res judicata? When do arbitrators lose their power to decide?
Are international arbitrators prevented from revisiting and reconsidering their own prior awards? Do intervening or changed circumstances justify revision of an award intended to be final?
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