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Navigating the Backlash: Re-integrating WTO and Public International Law?

Author(s): Imogen Saunders

The debate about the extent of the interaction between WTO law and public international law has existed for as long as the WTO itself. While WTO case law confirms a willingness of panels and the Appellate Body to embrace interpretative rules of general international law, engagement with non-trade obligations under non-WTO treaties has been more patchy. Nonetheless, the reality of competing international legal obligations on States will continue to grow. Could a deliberate shift to consider non-WTO obligations in WTO disputes help maintain the relevance of the institution?

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Centre: CIPL

Research theme: International Law, Legal History and Ethnology

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