The first monograph ever written on International Maritime Arbitration Law from South East Asia. In the field of maritime law, Arbitration has served as a common tool for the settlement of disputes for several decades. The term International Maritime Arbitration has two connotations. Maritime Arbitration has developed on both interstate and transnational level. International disputes relating to the maritime matters can be dissolved either through intergovernmental arbitration or through trans-national commercial arbitration. The general perception is that if arbitration somehow involves a “ship”, it can be specified as Maritime Arbitration. i.e., the connection between case and ship serves as the constant element of maritime arbitration.