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The Singapore Convention: Towards a Universal Standard for the Recognition and Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements?
Journal of International Dispute Settlement  (IF0.938),  Pub Date : 2020-08-23, DOI: 10.1093/jnlids/idaa013
Treichl C.

Abstract
The Singapore Convention seeks to establish a universal standard for the recognition and enforcement of international settlement agreements resulting from mediation. Assuming it finds wide acceptance, the Convention could harmonize existing enforcement mechanisms, the effect of which typically does not extend to foreign jurisdictions. Ideally, this could leverage mediation in a similar way as the New York Convention helped establish arbitration as the prime means of dispute settlement on the international plane. After contextualizing the Singapore Convention in light of the increasing diversification of dispute resolution methods, this article concludes that this aspiration is unlikely to turn into reality anytime soon. To this end, it considers traditional approaches to the enforcement of settlement agreements as well as the genesis and cornerstones of the Singapore Convention and briefly examines its interplay with arbitral proceedings and domestic legal systems.