Thursday, August 8, 2019

New Issue: World Trade Review

The latest issue of the World Trade Review (Vol. 18, no. 3, July 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Claudia Hofmann, Alberto Osnago, & Michele Ruta, The Content of Preferential Trade Agreements
  • Priyanshu Gupta & R. Rajesh Babu, International Posturing amidst Domestic Neglect: India's Agricultural Policy Examined
  • Stephanie Brunelin, Jaime de Melo, & Alberto Portugal-Perez, How Much Market Access? A Case Study of Jordan's Exports to the EU
  • Emily Lydgate & L. Alan Winters, Deep and Not Comprehensive? What the WTO Rules Permit for a UK–EU FTA
  • Snipings
    • Yong-Shik Lee, Three Wrongs Do Not Make a Right: The Conundrum of the US Steel and Aluminum Tariffs
    • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, How Should WTO Members React to Their WTO Crises?
  • Case Summary: International Investment Law
    • Carla Lewis, Jürgen Wirtgen & others v. The Czech Republic, PCA Case No.2014-03
  • Case Summaries: WTO Disputes
    • Marcus Sohlberg & Ariane Yvon, China – Domestic Support for Agricultural Producers (China–Agricultural Producers), DS511
    • Marcus Sohlberg & Ariane Yvon, Korea – Import Bans, and Testing and Certification Requirements for Radionuclides (Korea–Radionuclides (Japan)), DS495