A New Global Economic Order

New Challenges to International Trade Law


Volume Editor: Chia-Jui Cheng
A New Global Economic Order: New Challenges to International Trade Law examines the dislocating effects of the policies implemented by the Trump Administration on the global economic order. Leading scholars and practitioners of international economic law come together to defend multilateralism against unilateralism and populism. Further, the book analyzes the current US Administration’s new national recovery blueprint on how to draw a line of demarcation from previous policies. Edited by Chia-Jui Cheng, the collection offers a compelling new strategy for defending a multilateral international economic order which preserves the public good, international peace and prosperity, and shapes a new global economic order, leading to "a new community of the common destiny of mankind".

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Foreword to the Book Edited by Professor Cheng  
   Pascal Lamy

   Chia-Jui Cheng

List of Tables


Notes on Contributors

Table of Cases

Table of International Treaties and Other Instruments

Table of International Organization

part 1
The Global Economic Order in Evolution

The Evolution of the International Economic Order
   Chia-Jui Cheng

The wto Legal and Dispute Settlements Systems in Time of Global Governance Crises
   Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

part 2
The Global Economic Order in Challenges

The Use and Abuse of the National Security Exception under Article xxi(b)(iii) of the gatt 1994
   Peter L.H. Van den Bossche and Sarah Akpofure

Subsidies and soe s Specific vs. Systemic Spillovers
   Bernard Hoekman

Technology Governance in a Devolved Global Legal Order Lessons from China-USA Strategic Conflict
   Frederick M. Abbott

part 3
The Struggle for the Global Economic Order

The Struggle for International Economic Law
   Rachel Brewster

How to Re-establish a New Global Economic Order
   Alain Pellet

part 4
The Future of the Global Economic Order

Regionalism in International Economic Order
   Mariko Kawano

Precedent in Investment Arbitration Is an Institutionalized Investment Court More Desirable?
   Yuka Fukunaga


It will appeal to students and teachers of international economic law and international relations as well as to international business lawyers, government officials, legislators and all those engaged in the sector of international economic and trade relations.