Texas International Law Journal

Texas International Law Journal is an academic journal focusing on Texas International Law

Articles from Vol. 45, No. 1, Fall

At the End of a Long Trade Policy Road
I. INTRODUCTIONBecause the United States' bilateral trade deficit with China is so large and has grown so quickly, and because we depend so heavily on China to finance our deficit spending, the U.S.-China trade relationship attracts attention and commentary...
Foreign Investment in China: Will the Anti-Monopoly Law Be a Barrier or a Facilitator?*
I. IntroductionJust over thirty years ago, under the leadership of Deng Xiao Ping, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) made the fateful decision to reorient China's economic policy.1 One of the major pillars of China's economic reform has been the reemergence...
Green from Above: Climate Change, New Developmental Strategy, and Regulatory Choice in China
I. INTRODUCTIONIn 1992, China joined 154 other countries at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro by signing the primary international agreement on climate change, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).1 About six years later,...
Intellectual Property Rights in Information and Communications Technology Standardization: High-Profile Disputes and Potential for Collaboration between the United States and China
AbstractChina and the United States have been involved in difficult discussions-both high-profile disputes and silent confrontations-on information and communications technology (ICT) standards and related policies. While the United States is trying...
Resurrecting the Doha Round: Devilish Details, Grand Themes, and China Too
The multilateral trading system embodied in the World Trade Organization has contributed significantly to economic growth, development and employment throughout the past fifty years. We are determined, particularly in the light of the global economic...
Something Wicked This Way Comes: The United States Government's Response to Unsafe Imported Chinese Toys and Subsidized Chinese Exports
By the Pricking of My Thumbs,Something Wicked This Way ComesMacBeth, Act IV, Scene Iby William ShakespeareAuthor's ForewordThere are numerous challenges facing the People's Republic of China (China) in the coming months and years, not the least of them...
Talking to the Enemy: State Legitimacy Concerns with Engaging Non-State Armed Groups
Most armed conflicts today are not between states, but are internal in nature. Since internal conflicts often involve non-state armed groups fighting for national liberation, religious beliefs, or political ideological goals, the conflicts are particularly...
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