Trade, human rights and the economy of sacrifice

Anne Orford, A Orford (ed.)

CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS | Published : 2006


Desiring to further the use of harmonized sanitary and phytosanitary measures between Members … This need to enter into a relation with someone, in spite of or over and above the peace and harmony derived from the successful creation of beauty is what we call the necessity of critique. There is a great deal of institutional energy in the field of international law currently channelled into a debate about the relationship between trade and human rights. Much of this literature focuses on the human rights effects of the World Trade Organization and the trade agreements negotiated and implemented under its auspices. Texts dealing with this question can be found in activist essays, scholarly lit..

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