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Time to Get Real: The Necessity of Legal Accountability for Responsible Transnational Commerce

Editor's Summary: Guaranteeing a greener, more humane, transnational commerce will require new approaches from government, international bodies, civil society, and corporations. The challenges posed by national sovereignty, corruption,...

The Regulation of Genetically Modified Organisms: Why the Biotech Products Case is a Win-Win Situation for the European Union

Editors' Summary: The United States and the EU currently stand in discord over the safety and value of GMOs in agricultural products. The disagreement culminated in a 2006 WTO Dispute Resolution Panel ruling in favor of the EU's use of...

To Trade or Not to Trade . . .

"I'm Not Dead Yet: Genetic Mutation That Lives Up to Its Name Is Found."1 This heading from the December 15, 2000, New York Times is a precursor to one of the most fiercely debated issues of our times....

Triangulating Sustainable Development: International Trade, Environmental Protection, and Development

The Agenda: "To Make International Trade and Environment Policies Mutually Supportive in Favour of Sustainable Development."1

Introduction

At the time of the United Nations (U.N.)...