Dr. Saleh Adnan Al Shraideh

Assistant Professor, College of Law

Area of Research interest

  1. International Trade Law
  2. International Trade Dispute
  3. Settlement System
  4. WTO And Other International Trade Organizations And Agreements

Projects & Grants


Peer-Reviewed Journals:

  1. Al Shraideh Saleh, “The International Criminal Court: A Judicial Institution with a Room for Politics”, Journal of International Affairs and Global Studies, Vol.61, 2018.
  2. Al Shraideh Saleh, “CEDAW in the eyes of the United States”, Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 20, 2017.
  3. Al Shraideh Saleh, “The Security Council’s Veto in the Balance” Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization, 58, 2017.
  4. Al Shraideh Saleh, Al Banna Mahir & Fakhoury Amer, “The peaceful use of nuclear energy in the GCC: challenges and obstacles”, Quest Journals: Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science (JRHSS), 4(6), 2016.
  5. Al Shraideh Saleh, “UAE's quest for a peaceful nuclear energy and the political environment of the region” The International Organization for Scientific Research Journal for Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS), 21(3), 2016.
  6. Al Shraideh Saleh, “Testing WTO retaliation: is it really working for all?” International Trade and Business Law Review, Vol. XVIII, 2015.

Books/Book Chapters:

  1. Al Shraideh Saleh, The Participation 0f Developing Countries in The Dispute Settlement System Of The Wto, Wolf Legal Publishers, Netherlands, 2013

Conference Preceedings:

  1. The 14th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law Conference, New Zealand, 2010.
  2. The Annual International Law Conference of Macquarie University, Australia, 2010.