ABSTRACT. Joerges holds that the common interest in the building up of a functioning market has to be balanced with the normative preferences legitimized in the national legal systems. Pauwelyn writes that trade restrictions are resorted to increasingly in pursuit of all kinds of nontrade objectives (ranging from respect for human rights and the environment to confirmation of territorial borders). Fadiga and Fadiga-Stewart develop a conceptual analysis of interstate trade dispute to help shed light into the roles of economic and political factors on trade disputes.



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