"Journal of Eurasian Law" from Juris.Juris Publishing (Huntington, NY) is now producing the "Journal of Eurasian Law," a journal that is "devoted to the study of legal changes in Russia and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe The term "Central and Eastern Europe" came into wide spread use, replacing "Eastern bloc", to describe former Communist countries in Europe, after the collapse of the Iron Curtain in 1989/90. . The title is published three times a year and an annual subscription costs $230.
The title is targeted to business people investing in Russia and Eastern Europe Eastern Europe
The countries of eastern Europe, especially those that were allied with the USSR in the Warsaw Pact, which was established in 1955 and dissolved in 1991. , their legal counsel and related legal professionals doing business in the region. It was previously published as the "Journal of East European Law" and Juris said the name change reflects the changes that have resulted from the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the "realities" of present-day Europe. The journal publishes articles and information dealing with relevant issues of Russia and Eastern European law and carries works from legal scholars in Russia and other countries of the region.
Juris said the journal is the only law review published in the U.S. which concentrates exclusively on the evolution of the Russian and Eastern European legal systems. Initial issues include articles and commentary on topics such as: false cognates and legal discourse, relevant maritime judgments of the International Court of Justice, legal implications of EU-Russia energy agreements, health care rights, anti-corruption legal frameworks, human rights complaints against Belarus, Caspian Sea Caspian Sea (kăs`pēən), Lat. Mare Caspium or Mare Hyrcanium, salt lake, c.144,000 sq mi (373,000 sq km), between Europe and Asia; the largest lake in the world. energy resource ownership disputes, enforcement of foreign arbitral ar·bi·tral
Of or relating to arbiters or arbitration.
Adj. 1. arbitral - relating to or resulting from arbitration; "the arbitral adjustment of the controversy"; "an arbitrational settlement"
arbitrational awards in Russia, and the treatment of investment arbitration awards by national courts.