Author Archives: Stuart Malawer

About Stuart Malawer

Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International Trade at George Mason University (School of Public Policy).

TRUMP’S TRADE DELUSIONS & THE WTO.

From “The WTO is Needed Today as Much as Ever.” Lead Editorial from the Financial Times (May 19, 2020).   The World Trade Organization is under attack, above all by the US, the country most responsible for its creation. Donald … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Trump’s WTO Campaign Despite the Global Pandemic.

The WTO Director-General’s recent resignation adds a new degree of  uncertainty to global commerce in the midst of a global pandemic that is about to cast global and U.S. trade relations into uncharted territory. This unforeseen situation and the growing … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Trump’s Erratic China Policy — Alarming.

Observations form the Financial Times lead editorial today  “Trump’s Erratic China Policy Risks Backfiring” ——- Unfortunately, President Donald Trump’s approach to China is so erratic that it alarms US allies. Trump is looking at making it easier to sue the … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

TRUMP AND TRADE — ATTACKS CONTINUE — Election Year 2020!

                                 TRUMP AND TRADE                        (Some of my Twitter Comments Jan. 1, 2020 – May … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Supreme Court and National Security — Are Trade Actions Immune from Review?

  The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit concluded recently that §232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 does not offend the non-delegation doctrine. Thus, upholding President Trump’ steel tariffs. But the story on §232 and the … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Trump, Litigation and Threats: From Queens to the World Stage.

          From the Introduction to my new article …………. Stuart Malawer, “Trump, Litigation and Threats: From Queens to the World Stage.” China and WTO Review 209 (Spring 2020) …………………… Donald Trump was born and raised in Queens, … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Time to Revisit State Law and Recognition of Foreign Judgments?

In a saga of twist and turns, a nightmare for any law student trying to map out lower court proceedings, or a crime novel, it is interesting to read a case from Texas that is now being considered for hearing … Continue reading

| Leave a comment