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As arbitration has grown by leaps and bounds, so has the role of the party-appointed arbitrator. Surprisingly, this has not led to increased inquiry into the appropriateness of having arbitrators appointed by the parties in general, or in arbitrations against states in particular.doi:10.7916/d8g167q9 fatcat:f3ajxe4pjjdo5p34etyai6lzji