ISSUE 1
'US Restrictions on Exports of Cryptographic Equipment and Software', Stephan E. Becker, Issue 1, pp. 5–18
'Antidumping and the WTO – Implications for China', Yi Dong, Huijun Xu, Fang Liu, Issue 1, pp. 19–27
'Prospects for Liberalization of Trade in Agriculture', Thorvaldur Gylfason, Issue 1, pp. 29–40
'The WTO Appellate Body Needs Remand Authority', David Palmeter, Issue 1, pp. 41–44
'The Wassenaar-Arrangement between International Trade, Non-Proliferation, and Export Controls', Chvistoph Hoelscher, Hans-Michael Wolffgang, Issue 1, pp. 45–63
'NAFTA Chapter 19 and the Development of International Administrative Law – Applications in Antidumping and Competition Law', Gilbert R. Winham, Issue 1, pp. 65–84
'An Analysis of the WTO Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures and its Implementation in Korea', Yukyun Shin, Issue 1, pp. 85–119
'The New Singapore Law on Antidumping and Countervailing Duties', Locknie Hsu, Issue 1, pp. 121–137
'Book Review: GATT, WTO and the Regulations of International Trade in Textiles, by Claudia Jimenez Cortés. (Professor Dodge (Editor), Press Académique, University of Neuchâtel, 1996)', J. L. Juvet, Issue 1, pp. 139–140
'Book Review: Financial Markets in Transition, by Lars Oxelheim. (Routledge, New York, 1996)', Masamichi Kono, Issue 1, pp. 140–143
'Book Review: Le Cotroversie Tra Stati Nel Diritto Del Commercio Internazionale: Dal GATT All’ OMC (State Controversy in International Trade Law: From GATT To The WTO), by Aldo Ligustro. (published by Casa editrice Dott. Antonio Milani, CEDAM)' (1998)', Lorenzo Sigismondi, Issue 1, pp. 143–145

ISSUE 2
'Investment Incentives and the Multilateral Agreement on Investment', Michael Daly, Issue 2, pp. 5–26
'Reasonable Expectations and Non-Violation Complaints in GATT/WTO Jurisprudence', Adrian T.L. Chua, Issue 2, pp. 27–50
'China’s WTO Accession – Commitments and Prospects', Zhao Wei, Issue 2, pp. 51–75
'The Hard Graft of Tackling Corruption in International Business Transactions – Progress in International Co-operation and the OECD Convention', Philippe Pierros, Christian Hudson, Issue 2, pp. 77–102
'The Appellate Body and Harrowsmith Country Life', Sydney M. Cone, Issue 2, pp. 103–117
'Section 337 of the US Tariff Act and World Trade Law – Compatible at Last?', Bernd Martenczuk, Issue 2, pp. 119–145
'Is the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism Responsive to the Needs of the Traders? Would a System of Direct Action by Private Parties Yield Better Results?', Petros C. Mavroidis, Thomas Cottier, William J. Davey, Eleanor M. Fox, Gary N. Horlick, Norio Komuro, Douglas E. Rosenthal, Issue 2, pp. 147–165

ISSUE 3
'Globalization: A New Political and Economic Space Requiring Supranational Governance', Alberto Tita, Issue 3, pp. 47–55
'Rules on Ethics for the New World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Mechanism – The Rules of Conduct for the Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes', Gabrielle Marceau, Issue 3, pp. 57–97
'Bringing China into the Concert of Nations – An Analysis of its Accession to the WTO', Willem van der Geest, Issue 3, pp. 99–115
'Restrictive Business Practices in International Trade and the Role of the World Trade Organization', Maria-Chiara Malaguti, Issue 3, pp. 117–151
'Regionalism, Competition Policy and Abuse of Dominant Position', Sanoussi Bilal, Marcelo Olarreaga, Issue 3, pp. 153–166
'How Does the New OECD Convention on Bribery Stack Up Against the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act?', Rex J. Zedalis, Issue 3, pp. 167–184
'Book Review: The World Trading System, by John H. Jackson. (2nd edition, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1997)', Petros C. Mavroidis, Issue 3, pp. 185–188
'Book Review: Commercial Agreements and Competition Law Practice and Procedure in the UK and EC, by Nicholas Green and Aidan Robertson. (2nd edition, Kluwer Law International, London, 1997)', Benoît Merkt, Issue 3, pp. 188–190
'Book Review: Antitrust and the Bounds of Power, by Giuliano Amato. (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 1997)', Damien J. Neven, Issue 3, pp. 190–191

ISSUE 4
'Opening China’s Bond Market – Catalyst to Further Reform and a Jumpstart to the Stalled WTO Accession Negotiations', Edward M. Graham, Ligang Liu, Issue 4, pp. 5–19
'The Multilateral Agreement on Investment and its Legal Implications for Newly Industrialising Economies', Yoshi Kodama, Issue 4, pp. 21–40
'The Asymmetric Incidence of Rules of Origin – Will Progressive and Cumulation Rules Resolve the Problem?', Moshe Hirsch, Issue 4, pp. 41–53
'Legal Reasoning and the International Law of Trade – The First Steps of the Appellate Body of the WTO', Rambod Behboodi, Issue 4, pp. 55–99
'The EC Banana Regime, the WTO Rulings and the ACP – Fighting for Economic Survival?', Joseph A. McMahon, Issue 4, pp. 101–114
'Multilateralism and Africa’s Regional Economic Communities', Teshome Mulat, Issue 4, pp. 115–138
'Trade Embargoes, Sanctions and Blockades – Some Overlooked Human Rights Issues', Robert W. McGee, Issue 4, pp. 139–144
'Book Review: European Monetaty Union: Transition, International Impact and Policy Options, edited by Paul Welfens. (Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 1997)', Anne Kleinewefers Lehner, Issue 4, pp. 145–148
'Book Review: An Anatomy of the World Trade Organization, by Konstantinos Adamantopoulos. (Kluwer Law International, London, 1997)', Ligia Maura Costa, Issue 4, pp. 148–151
'Book Review: The Economics of Regional Trading Arrangements, by Richard Pomfret. (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1997)', Marcelo Olarreaga, Issue 4, pp. 151–153
'Book Review: The WTO as an International Organization, edited by Anne O. Krueger. (The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1998)', Ludger Schuknecht, Issue 4, pp. 154–155

ISSUE 5
'The International Use of Antidumping: 1987-1997', Jorge Miranda, Raúl A. Torres, Mario Ruiz, Issue 5, pp. 5–71
'The Turtles Panel – Another Environmental Disaster in Geneva', Robert Howse, Issue 5, pp. 73–100
'Sunset Reviews of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Measures – US Implementation of Uruguay Round Commitments', Terence P. Stewart, Amy S. Dwyer, Issue 5, pp. 101–135
'The Exhaustion of Patent Rights under WTO Law', Marco C.E.J. Bronckers, Issue 5, pp. 137–159
'Kodak-Fuji Film Dispute and the WTO Panel Ruling', Norio Komuro, Issue 5, pp. 161–217
'Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading and the World Trading System', Zhong Xiang Zhang, Issue 5, pp. 219–239
'The New Liberalism – Trade Policy Developments in Emerging Markets', Zdenek Drabek, Sam Laird, Issue 5, pp. 241–269
'A Real World Where People Live and Work and Die – Australian SPS Measures After the WTO Appellate Body’s Decision in the Hormones Case', Andreas R. Ziegler, Gavin Goh, Issue 5, pp. 271–290

ISSUE 6
'Mutual Recognition Agreements – Transatlantic Parties and the Limits to Non-tariff Barrier Regionalism in the WTO', James H. Mathis, Issue 6, pp. 5–31
'The Impact of the WTO Telecommunications Agreement on US and Japanese Telecommunications Regulations', Toshiaki Takigawa, Issue 6, pp. 33–55
'Absorption in EC Antidumping Proceedings', Glykeria J. Demataki, Issue 6, pp. 57–77
'Trade in Financial Services and the Role of the GATS – Against the Backdrop of the Asian Financial Crises', Dilip K. Das, Issue 6, pp. 79–114
'EC Antidumping Policy in a Globalizing World – A Dutch Perspective', Frans Engering, Hans De Brabander, Edwin Vermulst, Issue 6, pp. 115–126
'Fisheries Subsidies, the WTO and the Pacific Island Tuna Fisheries', Roman Grynberg, Martin Tsamenyi, Issue 6, pp. 127–145
'Accession to the WTO – Current Issues in the Arab World', Tomer Broude, Issue 6, pp. 147–166
'The Developing Countries and the Shaping of GATT/WTO Antidumping Law', Kofi Oteng Kufuor, Issue 6, pp. 167–196
'Index – Volume 32 (1998)', Issue 6, pp. 197–199

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