Economic laws and international disputes

extraterritorial jurisdiction and the enforcement of competition and export control laws under the rules of international law. by Michael Howe

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Science and Technology in International Economic Law book. Balancing Competing Interests. Science and Technology in International Economic Law. Science and the settlement of trade disputes in the World Trade Organization. With LUKASZ GRUSZCZYNSKI. Different WTO agreements require, implicitly or explicitly, recourse to science and. That, in turn would restore confidence in the international rules-based system and could pave the way for the settling of some of the world’s most troubling and dangerous disputes. Book Details.   Territorial disputes involve a state’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity—its core interests. Historically, they have been the most common issue over which states collide and go to war. Since , Asia has been more prone to conflict over territory and maritime boundaries than other regions in the world. Asia accounts for the greatest number of disputes over territory that. 4 Donald M. McRae, The Contribution of International Trade Law to the Development of International Law, in Hague Acad. Intl. Law, Collected Courses of the Hague Academy of International , (, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers ). 5 Id. at , THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL 1 COMMERCIAL LAW.

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When I hear people claim that ISDS/investment protection "de-politicizes" investment disputes, in the sense that governments can avoid the unpleasant task of espousing diplomatic claims against other governments, I usually respond by pointing out that ISDS claims create political controversy of another kind, so at best the whole thing is a wash. The source of the South China Seas dispute is traceable to the San Francisco Treaty, which failed to stipulate possession of the Spratly islands when Japan lost its title to them after defeat in the Second World War (art. 2 (f): "Japan renounces all right, title and . Harvard International Law Journal, Vol. 57, No. 2, (Spring ). 4 The US-China economic relationship A comprehensive approach Given that the tariffs imposed to .

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Duringwe have witnessed governments, private sector organisations, and domestic and international adjudicative bodies throughout the world adapt their usual ways of working to continue operating in these difficult conditions. We must ensure the WTO dispute settlement system does the same in order to remain functional and relevant.

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