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Solar Safeguards and Compensation
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In keeping an eye on trade disputes in the pipeline, I was recently looking over the USMCA Chapter 31 complaint brought by Canada against the U.S. solar safeguard measures. I haven't read the submissions closely enough to have a view...

Webinar on the Appellate Body Crisis
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Srikar Mysore Sridhar has organized a webinar on the Appellate Body crisis at Harvard's Kennedy School tomorrow (November 19, 2021 at 10 am EST (4 pm Geneva Time, 8.30 pm IST)). Cherise Valles will be moderating, and Peter Van Den...

Call for Papers: Workshop on The Political and Legal Theory of International Courts and Tribunals Oslo
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From PluriCourts: The research Centre PluriCourts is planning a multidisciplinary workshop on international courts and tribunals which will take place 20. - 21. June 2022 in Oslo. The workshop will bring together scholars of philosophy, legal theory, and political theory...

aResistance Is Futilea: Debunking the Myth of De-Globalization
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The World Trade Organization (WTO) released the World Trade Report today. Here are some excerpts: [E]ven a crisis as devastating and unprecedented as COVID-19 has not resulted in the wholesale unravelling of trade and integration. [W]hat became clear over subsequent...

Australia has published its 1st submission in China - ADD on barley from Australia DS598
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To find the submission, go to this page Summary of Australia's involvement in disputes currently before the World Trade Organization | Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (dfat.gov.au) and scroll down to find this link DS-598 Australia's First...

Some Comments on a New Foreign Affairs Piece Discussing Trade and Climate Change
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All these recent debates I've had with Tim Meyer and Todd Tucker on trade policy and climate change have me thinking about these issues generally, and I had a few comments on a new piece in Foreign Affairs by political...

Latest Fisheries Draft Addresses US Concerns on Forced Labor
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On November 8, 2021, a revised draft text and explanatory note on the WTO fisheries subsidies negotiations was released by the Chair of the talks, Ambassador Santiago Wills of Colombia. Some changes were simply editorial, others substantive, and some adjustments...

More on the U.S.-EU Section 232 Deal Affecting Carbon Emissions: A Response to the Response by Tim and Todd
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Thanks to Tim Meyer and Todd Tucker for taking the time to respond to my questions about how the U.S.-EU Section 232 deal could lower carbon emissions. Not surprisingly, their response raises more questions for me, and I am still...

Is Weakening the Antidumping Jurisprudence an Essential Condition to Recuperate the WTO?
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Former Deputy Director-General Alan Wm. Wolff appears to think so. In his remarks (aDefining Success for MC12a) delivered at Harvard JFK School on October 29, 2021, Wolff spelled out several candid, and controversial, prescriptions to revive the currently languishing WTO...

Response from Tim Meyer and Todd Tucker: How Exactly Would the U.S.-EU Section 232 Deal Affect Carbon Emissions?
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Guest post from Timothy Meyer (professor of law and the director of international legal studies at Vanderbilt Law School) and Todd N. Tucker (political scientist and director of governance studies at the Roosevelt Institute). Follow them @Tim_L_Meyer and @ToddNTucker. The...

How Exactly Would the U.S.-EU Section 232 Deal Affect Carbon Emissions?
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I've seen some talk on Twitter and elsewhere about the "Carbon-Based Sectoral Arrangement on Steel and Aluminum Trade" part of the U.S.-EU Section 232 agreement, as the White House referred to it, with people seeming to suggest that this is...

Some Thoughts on the U.S. - EU Section 232 Tariff Agreements
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The big trade news over the weekend was a resolution of the U.S. - EU Section 232 tariff disputes. Two key documents are this USTR fact sheet and this EU-US joint statement. The core of the agreement is as follows:...

Why the US Failed to Prevent the Climate Challenge from Turning into the Climate Crisis
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Summary of 21 Tweets in honour of the Glasgow COP26 conference beginning today

Is it time to bring back the AB?
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Greg Shaffer and I think so in our new op-ed in the Hill, but not everyone seems to agree with us, as illustrated in this lively Twitter exchange with Dan Ikenson, Rob Howse and Simon Lester. However, I think there...

Maria Pagan on Reforming WTO Dispute Settlement and the Appellate Body
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This exchange is from today's Senate Finance Committee hearing to consider the nomination of Maria Pagan for Deputy USTR in Geneva (Ambassador to the WTO): Senator Carper: I would like to start off with a question ... for Ms. Pagan,...

ACWL 20 Year Anniversary Event
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From the ACWL: The ACWL is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. To celebrate this occasion, we are hosting a webinar on 28 October from 15:00 to 16:30 CET on the aACWL: Achievements for Developing Countries and LDCs and Challenges...

Tai: "A Lot of Potential" for Coordinating U.S./EU approaches to China
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This is from a two part interview by CNN's Julia Chatterley with U.S. Trade Rep. Katherine Tai: Chatterley: Another, and it's been described as a pivot point actually, in the relationship between the EU and the United States, when we...

SIEL October Conversation: aInstitutions and Dispute Settlement under WTOa
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From the SIEL: SIEL October Conversation The Society of International Economic Law (SIEL) is pleased to invite you to its February Conversation entitled aInstitutions and Dispute Settlement under WTOa, with Geraldo Vidigal (University of Amsterdam), Tommaso Soave (Central European University;...

Webinar-- The modernisation of the Energy Charter Treaty: Substantial and procedural implications for the IIA regime
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This is from the University aParthenopea of Naples and the Asia Pacific FDI Network: On 5 November, 14.00-17:30 CET; 08:00-11.30 (NY) we will host a webinar on "The modernisation of the Energy Charter Treaty: Substantial and procedural implications for the...

What Does the Biden Administration Think About a Power-Based vs. a Rules-Based Trading System?
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I wanted to elaborate on a point I made in my post from last week, where I discussed U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai's response to my question about ways to improve the WTO panel process. As a reminder, here's what...

USTR Requests ITC Investigation on Distributional Effects of Goods and Services Trade and Trade Policy
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USTR has just requested that the ITC carry out the following two-part investigation of distributional effects of goods and services trade and trade policy: under authority delegated by the President to the United States Trade Representative and pursuant to Section...

Guest Post: aThe crown and the jewela The rise and fall of the WTO Appellate Body: a critical analysis
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This is a guest post from law professor Luca Rubini: In yesterdayas speech in Geneva, Ambassador Katherine Tai, the current USTR, said: aReforming dispute settlement is not about restoring the Appellate Body for its own sake, or going back to...

Katherine Tai on WTO Dispute Settlement
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U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai gave a speech on WTO issues in Geneva today at the Graduate Institute's Geneva Trade Platform. Here is the section on WTO dispute settlement: Over the past quarter century, WTO members have discovered that they...

Birmingham Law School International Economic Law and Policy Working Group Events
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This is from law prof Luca Rubini: We are glad to present the first events in the 2021/2022 academic year of the International Economic Law and Policy Working Group (IELPWG), set up in 2019 at Birmingham Law School. The IELPWG...

Soumaya Keynes' Great Special Report on World Trade (and Two Quibbles)
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Soumaya Keynes of the Economist has a great six part Special Report on World Trade. I really enjoyed it and highly recommend it! (Unfortunately, Soumaya is apparently leaving the trade beat, but this was a nice way to go out)....

New GATT Dispute Database from the WTO
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The WTO Secretariat has just put out a cool new database on GATT disputes. The official press release is here: The database allows users to search for information relating to the 317 GATT disputes brought by contracting parties from 1948...

The Role of Women in U.S.-China Trade Negotiations
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I found this question and answer from CNBC's Kayla Tausche to U.S. Trade Rep. Katherine Tai interesting: Tausche: In the direct talks that took place during the prior administration, the only women that were at the table were the translators....

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