GATT, Dispute Settlement and Cooperation: A Note
AbstractKovenock and Thursby's 1992 paper in this journal argued that a country's sense of international obligation would supplement GATT's dispute settlement procedures in enforcing the Agreement. In this note I argue that international obligation plays a necessary, not just a supplementary, role in enforcing GATT or its successor, the WTO. Copyright 1997 Blackwell Publishers Ltd..
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Volume (Year): 9 (1997)
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