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In October 2008, the WTO Appellate Body (AB) issued its report on Hormones II, marking the next stage in the long-running Hormones case. This comment discusses the AB's findings on the matter. It outlines how the AB has shown the correct procedural avenue for cases involving compliance panels,...
This article addresses the issue of the relevance of World Trade Organization (WTO) adopted reports in the US legal order with specific attention paid to the role of the judiciary. Far from being limited to the issue of direct effect, the analysis here is an attempt to look at how the US...
CARICOM, which is one of the oldest regional integration organizations in the developing world, has recently been transformed by the decision of its Member States to move to the next level of integration by establishing a CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) under the Revised Treaty of...
The most prominent example of anti-terrorism measures is undoubtedly the freezing of funds of individuals or entities suspected of committing or supporting terrorist acts. The European Union (EU) implements United Nations (UN) Security Council Resolutions and maintains its own anti-terrorist...
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