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Liberalism in International Trade, Illiberalism in Domestic Economic Governance and Human Rights Protection in the Context of the WTO

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This analysis focuses on one aspect of liberalism – the fundamental human right to fair trial – and discovers the possibility for private actors to protect domestically their (human) rights violated by infringements of WTO commitments.In the course of the discussion of relations between the issues of human rights protection and WTO States obligations several dimensions can be revealed.


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