Law and Policy in International Business

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 1, Fall

International Trade V. Environmental Protection: The Case of the U.S. Embargo on Mexican Tuna
Introduction For reasons still unknown to scientists, dolphins(1) and yellowfin tuna have a unique association only in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean (ETP).(2) Moving together as they forage for food, the dolphins are visible on the surface...
Rethinking Arbitral Preclusion
1. Introduction This Article is about the theory of arbitral preclusion. Its focus is on an aspect of the relationship between preclusion theory and international commercial arbitration which has important practical implications, namely the preclusive...
The Rose Garden Agreement: Is Mercosur the Next Step to a Hemispheric Free Trade Zone?
I. INTRODUCTION This Note examines how the implementation of the Rose Garden Agreement(1) between the United States of America, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay may lead to individual free trade agreements among these countries and may...

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