The WTO has an important role to play in managing globalisation so that its benefits are shared far more equally among individuals than is today the case. This challenge must be met if we are not to slide backwards into a less interdependent, and far poorer, world.
Among the specific issues researched and analysed here are:
It will quickly be observed that this book represents an approach to world trade theory that will not be welcome in all circles. Yet few will deny its enormous value as a ¿reality check.¿ No concerned policy maker, official or academic can afford to ignore it.
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- 1. The Changing Face of World Trade and the Biggest Issue Facing the WTO, and the World, Today; R. P. Buckley. 2. Living Up to the Promises of Global Trade; C. Sampford, T. Chataway, R. Lui, M. Palmer. 3. The Multilateral Trading System at Risk? Three Challenges to the World Trade Organisation; A. Capling. 4. The Post-Doha Trade Agenda: Questions About Constituents, Competence and Coherence; J. L. Dunoff. 5. International Civil Servants and Multilateral Trade Negotiations; Xu Yi-chong, P. Weller. 6. The Implementation Phase of Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization: An Imperfect System Needing Reform to Maintain its Effectiveness and Credibility; B. Mercurio. 7. It¿s Not Easy Being Green¿Trade and Environment Linkages Beyond Doha; J. McDonald. 8. Dreaming of Red Mansions: Rights, China and the WTO; A. Francis. 9. Towards Post-establishment National Treatment of Foreign Investment Enterprises in China¿From BITs to TRIMs; Chen Xuebin. 10. Cultural and Political Contexts for the Future of World Trade; R. Dellios. 11. Lessons for the WTO from the Bilateral Free Trade Agreements of EFTA; A. Ziegler. 12. The Twin Security Challenges of AIDS and Terrorism: Implications for Flows of Trade, Capital, People and Knowledge; B. Condon.