I concur in the Award in this case... Why then do I concur in this inadequate Award, rather than dissenting from it? The answer is based on the realistic old saying that there are circumstances in which "something is better than nothing"... Thus, in a three-member Chamber a majority of two members must join, or there can be no Award. My colleague having dissented, I am faced with the choice of either joining in the present Award or accepting the prospect of an indefinite postponement of any Award in this Case[, f]or. arbitrators must continue their deliberations until a majority has been reached. The deliberations in this case have continued long enough... Neither the parties nor the Tribunal will, in my view, benefit from further delay.