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The Dispute Settlement System of the WTO: Structure and Function in the Perspective of the First 10 Years

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The dispute settlement system of the World Trade Organization (the "WTO") presents a number of innovative features within the various models of international justice existing at the turn of the millennium. Ten years after its establishment, it is worthwhile to examine its key features in the light of a comparative analysis, exploring its strengths and weaknesses, and highlighting aspects of general interest and possible developments.

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2006-03-01
2016-12-03

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