Friday, April 10, 2020

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 23, no. 1, March 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Amrita Bahri & Monica Lugo, Trumping Capacity Gap with Negotiation Strategies: the Mexican USMCA Negotiation Experience
  • Kathleen Claussen, Reimagining Trade-Plus Compliance: The Labor Story
  • Geraldo Vidigal, A Really Big Button That Doesn’t Do Anything? The Anti-NME Clause in US Trade Agreements Between Law and Geoeconomics
  • Regis Y Simo, Trade in Services in the African Continental Free Trade Area: Prospects, Challenges and WTO Compatibility
  • Chien-Huei Wu, ASEAN at the Crossroads: Trap and Track between CPTPP and RCEP
  • Tom S H Moerenhout, Energy Pricing Policies and the International Trade Regime
  • Csongor István Nagy, Clash of Trade and National Public Interest in WTO Law: The Illusion of ‘Weighing and Balancing’ and the Theory of Reservation
  • Jong Bum Kim, Cross-Cumulation Arrangement as FTA Under GATT Article XXIV
  • Mira Burri & Rodrigo Polanco, Digital Trade Provisions in Preferential Trade Agreements: Introducing a New Dataset
  • Ines Willemyns, Agreement Forthcoming? A Comparison of EU, US, and Chinese RTAs in Times of Plurilateral E-Commerce Negotiations
  • Julien Chaisse & Jamieson Kirkwood, Chinese Puzzle: Anatomy of the (Invisible) Belt and Road Investment Treaty
  • J Robert Basedow, The Achmea Judgment and the Applicability of the Energy Charter Treaty in Intra-EU Investment Arbitration