Monthly Archives: May 2018

WTO Cases & the Trump Era — U.S. becoming more active?

Here’s a quick review of WTO litigation concerning the U.S. (as either a complainant or respondent) during Trump’s presidency so far.  The U.S. has been the respondent in 12 cases and the complainant in only 3 cases.  Countries that brought … Continue reading

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Trump and New WTO Litigation, Finally.

What passes as conventional knowledge and received wisdom in the Trump administration (better known as ‘Trump Think’ in Trumpland) concerning U.S.-China trade relations and the WTO (and particularly its dispute resolution system)? Simply put it is two-fold – China has … Continue reading

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Constitutional and International Legal Issues — Trump’s Foreign Policy.

The interrelationship of public international law and U.S. constitutional issues is of paramount concern today. However, it’s unfortunate that neither universities nor public policy communities have fully grasped this in connection with the Trump administration actions.   This is especially the … Continue reading

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