In later sections of this Award we set out at some length the factual origins of the dispute, and examine the legal resources brought to bear by the parties on the issues of law to which it gives rise. As will appear, much of this material has played no part in our decision, and at first sight there might seem no reason to enter into it. In the event, however, it cannot be left wholly out of account. Thus, for example, although the disappearance from the case of the allegations of fraud and corruption has made it unnecessary, and indeed undesirable, to analyse in depth the evidence said to bear on these allegations, at least a general appreciation of the way the claim developed is still relevant to determining the real nature of the case before us, and in particular whether it is essentially a case about breach of contract remediable in principle in the local courts under domestic law, or instead (or as well) an infraction of the obligations of the State under international law falling within the jurisdiction of a tribunal like the present one. So also the erratic formulation of the claim has required careful study of the legal materials placed before us to see what parts of them are relevant to the legal elements of the Claimant’s case in the shape in which it ultimately came to rest.