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‘Fragmentation’ And ‘Judicialization’ of International Law as Dialectic Strategies for Reforming International Economic Law

International economic law (IEL) continues to evolve through dialectic processes of unilateral, bila....

Author: Ernst-ulrich Petersmann   /Vol: Volume 5 |  Subject: International Law |  (Academic Journals)

European Union – China Trade Relations

This article analyzes European Union-China trade relations in the context of the current negotiations for a new comprehensive framework agreement between the European Union (EU) and the People’s Repub....

Author: Rafael Leal-arcas   /Vol: Volume 2 |  Subject: International Law |  (Academic Journals)

2010 – 2011: Taking The Road Less Travelled

I look back on the two years since Trade, Law and Development’s inception with an overwhelming sense of pride as well as a twinge of sadness, for this Anniversary Editorial represents my last direct c....

Author: Meghana Sharafudeen   /Vol: Volume 3 |  Subject: International Law |  (Academic Journals)

Making the Anti-Corruption provisions in the new Government Procurement Agreement under the WTO Operable

Corruption is a serious problem in almost all jurisdictions and has become an issue of global concer....

Author: Chang-fa Lo   /Vol: Volume 7 |  Subject: International Law |  (Academic Journals)

Germany’s ban of Monsanto’s Genetically Modified Maize (MON810): A violation of International Law

This comment addresses the controversy over the ban of genetically modified organisms (“GMOs”) in th....

Author: Andrea L. Stephenson   /Vol: Volume 2 |  Subject: International Law |  (Academic Journals)

How ‘Necessary’? A Comparison of Legal and Economic Assessments - GATT Dispute Settlements under: Article XX(B), TBT 2.2 and SPS 5.6

This paper identifies the legal and economic assessments applied to resolve WTO disputes requiring an assessment of the contribution of the measure to the objective pursued, along with identifying any....

Author: Kamala Dawar And Eyal Ronen   /Vol: Volume 8 |  Subject: Commercial |  (Academic Journals)

How American Rejectionism undermines International Economic Law

The completion of the Trump Administration's first two years is an appropriate moment to take stock ....

Author: Steve Charnovitz   /Vol: Volume 10 |  Subject: Commercial |  (Academic Journals)

Export Control of Natural Resources: WTO Panel Ruling on the Chinese Export Restrictions of Natural Resources

The delicate balance between the demand and supply of natural resources is likely to be affected by the increase in population and the needs of emerging nations. China’s de facto embargo on rare earth....

Author: Mitsuo Matsushita   /Vol: Volume 3 |  Subject: Commercial |  (Academic Journals)

The Multilateralization of International Investment Law: Emergence of a Multilateral System of Investment Protection on Bilateral Grounds

This article advances the paradoxical thesis that international investment law is developing towards....

Author: Stephan W. Schill   /Vol: Volume 2 |  Subject: Commercial |  (Academic Journals)

Labour Rights as Human Rights: Evaluating the Policy coherence of USA, EU and Australia through Trade Agreements and their Participation in the Universal Periodic Review

The purpose of this study is to find policy coherence, or lack thereof, in the labour provisions con....

Author: Raymond Saner, Angad Keith And Lichia Yiu   /Vol: Volume 7 |  Subject: Civil |  (Academic Journals)
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