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Guest Post: Response to Bixuan Wu on EU's CBAM

This is a response by Aaron Cosbey to the July 1, 2022 IELP Blog Guest Post by Bixuan Wu: The EUas CBAM The author concludes that the EUas CBAM is primarily about pressuring other countries into raising domestic carbon prices....

Guest Post: To penalize low carbon price or high carbon intensity? a A comparison of the EUas CBAM and the U.S. Clean Competition Act

This is a guest post from trade lawyer Bixuan Wu of the Hiways law firm: The EUas CBAM On June 22, the European Parliament adopted its afirst readinga position on the regulation establishing a Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM). After...

Call for Submissions: Trade, Law and Development

This is from the Managing Editor of Trade, Law and Development: Trade, Law and Development is a student-edited journal published by the National Law University, Jodhpur. The Journal has been consistently ranked as the best law journal in India across...

Katherine Tai on Incompatible Economic Systems

Last week during a Senate subcommittee hearing, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai responded to a question from Senator Braun with the following discussion of trade between market-oriented and non-market-oriented economies: But that's not the sum total of the challenge that...

Russian Aggression on Ukraine from the International Economic Law Perspective a Call for Papers

This is from Professor Marcin Menkes: The Warsaw School of Economics and the University of Szeged, ELKH Center for Social Sciences, are organizing the ESIL-supported conference on the timely topic: aRussian Aggression on Ukraine from the International Economic Law Perspectivea....

SIEL Conversations: The Outcomes of MC12 and the Future of the Multilateral Trading System

From the SIEL: SIEL Conversations: The Outcomes of MC12 and the Future of the Multilateral Trading System 27 June 2022 at 2pm Brussels time Interested in the outcomes of the World Trade Organization MC12? Please join us next Monday on...

Guest Post: Consensus as the Hallmark of the WTO: Time to Change

This is a guest post from law professor Bashar Malkawi: Throughout much of GATT and then WTO history, consensus has been the norm. For example, article XXV (3) and (4) call for one vote per nation and decisions to be...

BIICL Border Carbon Adjustment and MC12 Events

BIICL has sent information on two upcoming events: 22nd BIICL Annual WTO Conference: Climate Change: Border Carbon Adjustment Approaches and the WTO (July 15) Conference Details Why are Border Carbon Adjustment (BCA) Approaches being considered by an increasing number of...

Non-Violation Arguments in the USMCA Auto Rules of Origin Dispute

In the ongoing USMCA dispute on United States - Automotive Rules of Origin (USA-MEX-CDA-2022-31-01), in addition to their arguments that the U.S. unilateral interpretation of the USMCA Rules of Origin provisions for passenger vehicles and light trucks violates USMCA rules,...

Katherine Tai on Fixing WTO Dispute Settlement

At the WITA event I mentioned previously, former USTR official Wendy Cutler spoke with U.S. Trade Rep. Katherine Tai about WTO dispute settlement reform. Here was their exchange: Cutler: You've mentioned, and I've heard others talk about, ... we should...

Katherine Tai on IPEF Enforceability

At a WITA event yesterday, former USTR official Wendy Cutler had a conversation with U.S. Trade Rep. Katherine Tai about various trade issues. One thing they touched upon was the enforceability of the IPEF. Here was their exchange: Cutler: How...

Journal of International Economic Law Announces Second Junior Faculty Forum

The Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL) is pleased to announce its second annual Junior Faculty Forum to be held in hybrid or virtual format on September 23-24, 2022, on the sidelines of the American Society of International Law International...

Free Trade's Critics Are Declaring Victory, But I Think the Contest Is Mostly the Same As It Ever Was

A recent review of The Neomercantilists: A Global Intellectual History, a new book by political scientist Eric Helleiner, makes the book sound very interesting. Here's how the review describes the book: "A sweeping account of the men and women who...

David Gantz: UK, Texas and Other US States Should Proceed Carefully, but Not Abandon, Trade Deals

This is a post by law professor David Gantz: I. Introduction: Economic and Political Motivations The United Kingdom, presumably frustrated by the reluctance of the Biden administration to conclude the free trade agreement negotiations begun by the Trump administration, or...

11th Conference of the Postgraduate and Early Professionals/Academics Network of the Society of International Economic Law (PEPA/SIEL)

More details at this link: Birmingham Law School is pleased to be hosting the 2022 Conference of the Society of International Law (SIEL) Postgraduate and Early Professionals/Academics Network (PEPA/SIEL) on June 8-10, 2022. This long-established conference aims at fostering collaboration...

Compliance with USMCA Chapter 31 Panel Rulings

Recently, as I heard the U.S. express concerns that Canada has not complied with last December's USMCA Dairy TRQs panel ruling, I wondered how compliance proceedings worked under USMCA Chapter 31. The relevant provision states: Article 31.19: Non-Implementation a Suspension...

Call for Papers: Midyear Meeting of the American Society of International Law

This is from the ASIL: The American Society of International Law calls for submissions of scholarly paper proposals for the 2022 ASIL Research Forum. The Research Forum, a Society initiative introduced in 2011 which takes place during the Midyear Meeting,...

Amicus Submission in EU - Palm Oil (DS600)

I'm posting here a long excerpt from an amicus submission in the EU - Palm Oil (DS600) case, co-authored by trade lawyers StA(c)phanie NoA<

ASIL Looking for Executive Director

The listing is here: Summary: The American Society of International Law ("ASIL" or "the Society") seeks an accomplished leader with vision, proficiency in international law, and proven management skills to serve as its next Executive Director starting (ideally) in mid-September...

KU Leuven Looking for PhD candidate in International Economic Law

This is from KU Leuven: Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies, KU Leuven is looking for a doctoral researcher in international economic law. The position enables you to enrich your research skills and provides opportunities in pedagogy through teaching, coaching...

Call for Applicants 2022/23 Edition of Master of Laws in International Trade in Turin

This is from the Master of Laws in International Trade Law | ITCILO programme in Turin: A one-year, intensive post-graduate programme including a distance learning phase and a face-to-face phase at the UN/ITC-ILO Campus in Italy. A cross-disciplinary curriculum in...

The First CPTPP Dispute: New Zealand vs. Canada on Dairy

New Zealand has just filed the first ever CPTPP consultations request, relating to Canadian measures "concerning the allocation of dairy tariff rate quotas (TRQs) under CPTPP (dairy TRQ allocation measures)." The request states: 2. Canadaas dairy TRQ allocation measures encourage...

Alan Wolff Working Paper on "Restoring Binding Dispute Settlement"

Long-time U.S. trade lawyer, government official, and former WTO DDG Alan Wolff has a recent Peterson Institute working paper entitled "Restoring Binding Dispute Settlement." Here's the abstract: Binding dispute settlement, meaning the ability to obtain a final judgment of whether...

Arbitrators Selected in DSU Article 25 Arbitration Appeal

The WTO has announced that the Arbitrator in the DS583 arbitration appeal under DSU Article 25 was composed on April 28. 2022 "through a random selection from a list of candidates prepared and agreed upon by the parties." Here are...

Petros Mavroidis on the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

This is a post by law professor Petros Mavroidis Is IPEF an Avatar of Things to Come (Or Just a Digression)? Petros C. Mavroidis What is IPEF? The IPEF (Indo-Pacific Economic Framework) sounds like the APEC, three adjectives and a...

The EUI Workshop on Sociological Perspectives on International Economic Law and Human Rights Law (May 13-14, 2022)

The European University Institute (EUI) Workshop on Sociological Perspectives on International Economic Law and Human Rights Law will take place on 13 - 14 May 2022 in the Robert Schuman Centre, Conference Room - Villa La Fonte, Via delle Fontanelle...

Katherine Tai on Protectionism, Environmental Goals, Peace, and U.S. Trade Policy

Speaking at an event hosted by the Technical University of Munich last week, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai was asked a question about trade and the environment that prompted a broad response which touched on a number of important trade...

Follow-Up on the First DSU Article 25 Appeal

Following up on my last post, the panel report in DS595, EU - Steel Safeguards, was circulated on Friday, which, by the terms of the Article 25 Agreed Procedures in the dispute, means that the parties will not appeal, either...

The First DSU Article 25 Appeal

Last week, I said this in a post: In the DS583 case, Turkey - Pharmaceutical Products, a communication from the Panel indicates that the Panel had issued its final report to the parties on November 11, 2021, with circulation to...

What Does Bob Lighthizer Think of the Trump Administration's Trade Policy?

On his TV show, former Trump administration official Larry Kudlow was talking to Trump's U.S. Trade Representative Bob Lighthizer about various trade issues, including whether Lighthizer thought the Trump administration's China trade policy was successful. Not surprisingly, Lighthizer thought this...

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