This research review presents a 24-article tour of the topics surrounding the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. Written by two leading experts in the field, the review explores different approaches to, and comparative perspectives of, judgment recognition and enforcement. Topics covered include the special issues of the revenue rule and the role of public law, the effects of fraud, the scope of preclusion, and the impact of class actions. The review also looks to the future, considering possible solutions to harmonizing recognition and enforcement and assessing how the development of human rights may impact judgement recognition and enforcement. This review is an essential resource for those studying, researching or practicing in this area.