Reform and Development of the WTO Dispute Settlement System
Reform and Development of the WTO Dispute Settlement System brings together leading players and stakeholders in the process and provides an insight into the many proposals and their underlying strategies. Contributors include the chairs of the DSB special session, members of the Appellate Body, panelists, negotiators from developed and developing countries, trade practitioners and academics.
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Do the Remedies Make Sense?
Improving Remedies in WTO Dispute Settlement
Fixing What Aint Broke? Third Party Rights Consultations and the DSU
Is it Beneficial to WTO Members to Reform the Panel System?
Memoirs of a DSU Negotiator
What are the Underlying Issues?
2 of the WTO Agreement Current law Practice and Possible Reform
Unresolved Issues in the WTO Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes DSU
Recent Changes and Prospective Developments
If the DSU is Working Reasonably Well Why Does Everybody Want to Change it?
Some Strategies for Adaptation
Proposals for DSU Reform that Address Directly or Indirectly the Limitations on Panels and the Appellate Body Not to Create Rights and Obligations
Sequencing and Compliance
Consideration of Whether There Are Reasons to Put Limits on the Absolute Right of WTO Members to Appeal Panel Decisions to the Appellate Body...
Evaluating Options for Dispute Settlement Reform
Developing Country Participation and Possible Reform
The Sardines Case and Article 24 of the TBT Agreement
Impartiality Independence and the WTO Appellate Body
Compliance and Implementation Issues in WTO Dispute Settlement
Flexibility and Simplicity as Guiding Principles for Improving the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism
Negotiations Problems and Perspectives
About the Contributors
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