UNCITRAL is the UN body "charged with harmonization and unification of international trade law." The UNCITRAL Web site (www.uncitral.org) provides treaties, model laws, rules, case law, and additional trade-related information.
New York Convention: The Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards is known as the "New York Convention." It was signed in New York on June 10, 1958. The text and status of the convention are available through the "New York" Convention page of the UNCITAL web site. The
newyorkconvention1958.org provides case law and "Jurisdiction Briefs" discussing the adoption of the Convention by various countries. Case law is also available from CLOUT Cases on the UNCITRAL web site. Another resource: New York Arbitration Convention.