'No International Organization is an Island . . . the WTO’s Relationship with the WIPO: A Model for the Governance of Trade Linkage Areas?', Veronika Hrbatá, Issue 1, pp. 1–47
'Trade and Culture in International Law: Paths to (Re)conciliation', Mira Burri-Nenova, Issue 1, pp. 49–80
'Sprinting During a Marathon: Why the WTO Ministerial Failed in July 2008', Robert Wolfe, Issue 1, pp. 81–126
'The Challenge of Interpreting ‘WTO-PLUS’ Provisions', Julia Ya Qin, Issue 1, pp. 127–172
'Mexico in the WTO and NAFTA in a Nutshell: Litigating International Trade Disputes', Jorge A. Huerta-Goldman, Issue 1, pp. 173–202
'Trade Policy and Gender – Unfolding the Links', Alessandro Nicita, Simonetta Zarrilli, Issue 1, pp. 203–222
'Economic Partnership Agreements: Tariff Cuts, Revenue Losses and Trade Diversion in Sub-Saharan Africa', Jean-Jacques Hallaert, Issue 1, pp. 223–250
'The Doha Round and Market Access for LDCs: Scenarios for the EU and US Markets', Céline Carrère, Jaime de Melo, Issue 1, pp. 251–290
'Book Review: Dead Aid, by Dambisa Moyo (New York, FSG, 2009)', Tatiana Lacerda Prazeres, Issue 1, pp. 291–294

'Reducing Product Standards Heterogeneity through International Standards in the WTO: How Far across the River?', Michael M. Du, Issue 2, pp. 295–318
'Is Australia’s EAP a Prohibited Export Subsidy?', Donald Feaver, Will McGoldrick, Victoria Boyd-Wells, Issue 2, pp. 319–347
'WTO Disciplines on Export Credit Support for Agricultural Products in the Wake of the USUpland Cotton Case and the Doha Round Negotiations', Dominic Coppens, Issue 2, pp. 349–384
'The Evolution of Dispute Settlement Provisions in Israel’s PTAs: Is There a Global Lesson?', Nellie Munin, Issue 2, pp. 385–403
'The EU-China Agreement on Maritime Transport', Kyriaki Noussia, Issue 2, pp. 405–418
'CFIUS, Chinese MNCs’ Outward FDI, and Globalization of Business', Syed Tariq Anwar, Issue 2, pp. 419–466
'Participatory Governance in the WTO: How Inclusive Is Global Civil Society?', Martina Piewitt, Issue 2, pp. 467–488
'Financial Sector Regulation and Financial Services Liberalization at the Crossroads: The Relevance of International Financial Standards in WTO Law', Régis Bismuth, Issue 2, pp. 489–514

'The Forgotten Role of WHO/IHR in Trade Responses to 2009 A/H1N1 Influenza Outbreak', Tsai-Yu Lin, Issue 3, pp. 515–543
'Negotiating from Weakness in International Trade Relations', John S. Odell, Issue 3, pp. 545–566
'A Sensible Policy Tool for Pareto Improvement: Capital Controls', Xinhua Gu, Li Sheng, Issue 3, pp. 567–590
'International Trade and Plant Protection Issues: Example of Plant Quarantine Law of the Russian Federation', Irina Kireeva, Robert Black, Issue 3, pp. 591–609
'Doha Reform of WTO Export Credit Provisions in the SCM Agreement: The Perspective of Developing Countries', Roberto Soprano, Issue 3, pp. 611–632
'Taking Justice into Your Own Hand: The TBI Mechanism in China', Henry Gao, Issue 3, pp. 633–659
'Sowing the Seeds of Leadership: Brazil and the Agricultural Trade Negotiations of the Uruguay Round', Rogério de Souza Farias, Issue 3, pp. 661–685
'Financing Development in Africa: Trends, Issues, and Challenges in the Context of the Aid for Trade Initiative', Hakim Ben Hammouda, Patrick N. Osakwe, Issue 3, pp. 687–723

'30 Years of Public Service at the WTO: A Tribute to Jan Woznowski, Director of the Rules Division', Gary Horlick, Edwin Vermulst, Issue 4, pp. 725–727
'Causal Link and Non-attribution as Interpreted in WTO Trade Remedy Disputes', Jorge Miranda, Issue 4, pp. 729–762
'Tax Discipline in the WTO', Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Issue 4, pp. 763–777
'The Subsidies and Countervailing Measures Agreement: Ahead of its Time or Time for Reform?', Debra P. Steger, Issue 4, pp. 779–796
'The Evolution of Subsidies Disciplines in GATT and the WTO', Andrew L. Stoler, Issue 4, pp. 797–808
'An Innovative Approach to Multilateral Negotiations: The Shadow of Jan Woznowski', Gerard Depayre, Issue 4, pp. 809–812
'Which WTO Rules Can a PTA Lawfully Breach? Completing the Analysis in BrazilTyres', Tegan Brink, Issue 4, pp. 813–846
'Impasse in the DDA NAMA Sectoral Negotiations and Possible Solutions', Neo Jingjie Fu, Issue 4, pp. 847–876
'Regulatory Autonomy in the EU and WTO: Defining and Defending Its Limits', Emily Reid, Issue 4, pp. 877–901
'Non-market Capabilities and the Prosecution of Trade Remedy Cases in the United States', Johan Paul Lindeque, Steven Michael McGuire, Issue 4, pp. 903–930

'Anti-dumping Negotiations under the WTO and FANs', Jun Kazeki, Issue 5, pp. 931–965
'Job Losses and Perceptions of Globalization', Michael E.S. Hoffman, Issue 5, pp. 967–983
'Assessing the Market Openness Effects of Regulation in India: An Overview of Emerging Trends and Policy Issues', Sachin Chaturvedi, S.K. Mohanty, Issue 5, pp. 985–1021
'Alternative Approach to Causation Analysis in Trade Remedy Investigations: ‘Cost of Production’ Test', Dukgeun Ahn, William J. Moon, Issue 5, pp. 1023–1052
'Opening a GATE to Reduce Global Emissions: Getting over and into the WTO', Christine McIsaac, Issue 5, pp. 1053–1081
'WTO Origin Rules for Services and the Defects: Substantial Input Test as One Way Out?', Heng Wang, Issue 5, pp. 1083–1108
'New Indicators of How Much Agricultural Policies Restrict Global Trade', Kym Anderson, Johanna Croser, Issue 5, pp. 1109–1126
'The MERCOSUR Trade and Environment Linkage Debate: The Disputes over Trade in Retreaded Tires', Fabio Morosini, Issue 5, pp. 1127–1144
'WTO and PTAs: A Preference for Multilateralism? (or, the Dog That Tried to Stop the Bus)', Petros C. Mavroidis, Issue 5, pp. 1145–1154

'Sense and Sensibilities of China and WTO Dispute Settlement', Marcia Don Harpaz, Issue 6, pp. 1155–1186
'An Appraisal of the South Asian Free Trade Agreement and Its Consistency with the WTO Rules on Preferential Trade Agreements', Rizwanul Islam, Issue 6, pp. 1187–1206
'International Law of Economic Migration: A Ménage à Trois? GATS Mode 4, EPAs, and Bilateral Migration Agreements', Marion Panizzon, Issue 6, pp. 1207–1252
'The European Commission’s Practice on Exporters Found Not to Dump in the Aftermath of WTO Mexico Rice', Florin Dorian Dascalescu, Issue 6, pp. 1253–1272
'Arab Economic Integration: Missing Links', Bernard Hoekman, Khalid Sekkat, Issue 6, pp. 1273–1308
'China and the Doha Development Agenda', Chin Leng Lim, JiangYu Wang, Issue 6, pp. 1309–1331
'The ‘Culture and Trade Debate’ Continues: The UNESCO Convention in Light of the WTO Reports in China – Publications and Audiovisual Products: Between Amnesia or Déjá Vu?', Rostam J. Neuwirth, Issue 6, pp. 1333–1356
'Article Index', Issue 6, pp. 1357–1361
'Subject Index', Issue 6, pp. 1363–1390

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