India is a signatory to the much-acclaimed Singapore Convention on Mediation, which establishes enforceability for cross-border mediated settlements. Interest in mediation is rapidly increasing in India, and the country seeks to ratify the Singapore Convention at the earliest possible date, aligning itself with other economic powers.
I am Australian-born of Chinese ethnicity. I feel at home in both Australia and China. Whenever I am in one country, I miss the other. I have a Chinese name and an English name. I celebrate every new year twice. I play Aussie sports and drink Chinese tea.
Bhutan has a long history of resolving disputes through mechanisms, such as mediation. According to some sources, traditional mediation, commonly known as nangkha nangdrik in Bhutanese, has been an integral part of Bhutanese culture and tradition, dating back to the 7th century.