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International Journal of Export Marketing     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
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Estudos Internacionais : revista de relações internacionais da PUC Minas     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Journal of Korea Trade     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
Critical Perspectives on International Business     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
Acta Economica Et Turistica     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Amnis     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
L'Année du Maghreb     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
International Commerce Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
Global & Strategis     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Botswana Journal of Economics     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Revue internationale P.M.E. : économie et gestion de la petite et moyenne entreprise     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
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Japanese Political Economy     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 1)
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Economic Journal of Emerging Markets     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Asia and the Global Economy     Open Access  
China Economic Quarterly International     Open Access  
World Oil Trade     Hybrid Journal  
Regional Formation and Development Studies     Open Access  
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Jurnal Ilmu Ekonomi Terapan     Open Access  
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Journal of Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies     Open Access  
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Revue internationale de l'économie sociale     Full-text available via subscription  
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Crossroads     Hybrid Journal  
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Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios     Open Access  
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research     Open Access  
International Journal of Commerce and Management     Hybrid Journal  
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Global Trade and Customs Journal
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ISSN (Print) 1569-755X
Published by Kluwer Law International Homepage  [21 journals]
  • Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: A WTO Perspective

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      Abstract: Times of emergency in international relations are, indeed, a true test, not just for individuals but also for legal frameworks, including the one of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). This article aims to assess the ability of the WTO legal framework to address challenges that have arisen due to the Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. This is done through a two-pronged approach covering: (1) a general assessment of provisions of the relevant WTO Agreements and their role for addressing the current conflict in Ukraine; (2) an assessment of potential limitations to the system that may preclude effective response to the conflict. The article demonstrates that despite the fact that WTO Agreements do not provide for specific set of rights and obligations to regulate trade in times of war, they contain various mechanisms that help to ‘keep finger on the pulse’ to maintain order on the international trade arena. This is done, inter alia, via the various exemptions and exceptions WTO Members may resort to in times of extraordinary events. It further argues that despite its potential limitations, WTO law provides for a whole range of instruments to dissuade or ward off actions like the unpreceded invasion of Ukraine.
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  • Customs Valuation in the European Union: Back to the Fifties Thanks to the
           Court of Justice of the European Union

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      Abstract: The judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the Fawkes Kft. case caused a clash between the EU customs valuation system and the international obligations of the EU under World Trade Organization (WTO) law. By allowing the systemic disregard by the customs authorities of the sequential customs valuation methods set forth both by EU law and by the WTO Customs Valuation Agreement in favour of the use of national databases of the customs authorities, this judgment also jeopardizes the uniformity in the application of customs law in the European Union. One wonders here what the judicia policy, if any, by the Court of Justice of the European Union behind such judgment is. Maybe it is time that all customs law cases are assigned to the same Chamber of the Court so to de facto establish a specialized chamber dealing with customs law matters. At the end of the day, the Customs Union is the main pillar of the whole EU foundation and would deserve an appropriate treatment also by the EU top judicial body.
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  • Reliance on Non-tariff Measures for Self-Reliant India: An Analysis of
           India’s New Trade Policy Orientation

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      Abstract: With the introduction of the Self-Reliant India initiative, the Government of India (GOI) has underlined the importance of trade policy instruments to augment the capabilities of the domestic manufacturing sector. It has used both tariffs and non-tariff measures (NTMs) but NTMs have emerged as an important instrument of India’s trade strategy under the Self-Reliant India initiative. This article analyses selected NTMs i.e., import monitoring mechanism, quality standards (QSs), and changes in Rules of Origin (RoO) to understand the broader orientation of India’s trade policy. Findings demonstrate that the introduction of these NTMs are aimed at fostering a strong ecosystem for NTMs to restrict imports thereby extending protection to the domestic industry from international competition. It also reflects that India’s broad trade policy orientation is gradually moving towards a protectionist regime under the ‘self-reliant’ agenda.
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  • The Multi-party Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement: An Update

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      Abstract: The World Trade Organization’s Appellate Body (AB) continues to face an existential and operational crisis. Since 2017, the United States has blocked the selection of replacements for retiring AB members. As a result, the Appellate Body no longer has any active members and, therefore, cannot function. In March 2020, a group of 16 WTO members, including the European Union, promoted an initiative to establish a ‘multi-party interim appeal arrangement’ (MPIA), as an alternative to AB proceedings pending a resolution of the AB impasse. The arrangement is intended to allow disputes to be resolved finally by an impartial adjudicating body and to preserve a two-tier WTO dispute settlement system, until the Appellate Body resumes its functions. This Article provides a review of the structure and provisions of the MPIA and an update on how it has worked in practice. To date, no WTO dispute has gone through the MPIA process. However, in two recent disputes, Türkiye, which is not an MPIA party, and the European Union entered into agreements on appeals using a process very similar to the MPIA. One of those disputes has proceeded to the appeal stage under this arrangement. This note also provides the review of the differences between the MPIA and the Türkiye-EU mechanism.Volume 17 Online ISSN 1569-755X
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  • The WTO’s Fisheries Subsidies Agreement: What’s New and
           What’s Next'

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      Abstract: A major factor cited for the prevalence of overfishing has been the lack of stringent national and international regulations on subsidies in the fisheries sector. Heavily subsidized large-scale fishing operators are largely responsible for overfishing and overcapacity, while the small-scale fisheriy sectors of developing and least developed countries (LDCs) are disadvantaged as a result of the trade distortive effects of subsidized fishing. For several years, efforts have been made at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to negotiate disciplines to address the trade and environmental impacts of such subsidized fishing. At the WTO’s recent 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12), WTO Members adopted the first Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies to address this issue.
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  • SWIFT Clouds Between International Legal Storms' Bank Melli, the CJEU
           and Secondary Sanctions

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      Abstract: This case comment offers a new perspective on the Bank Melli decision of the CJEU by integrating the missing discussions on SWIFT. This is a crucial element that was merely referred to in the Opinion of the Advocate General as oppose to full ruling by the CJEU. A crucial part of the comment is the role of the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 (US) and how it enfolden SWIFT and therefore the implications in other legislations that are used to apply secondary sanctions. The comment also use material from the US Treasury to add context in terms of the Bank Melli decision and how international law underperforms when financial sanctions touches and concerns the United States.
      Volume 17 Online ISSN 1569-755X
      PubDate: Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:01:13 GMT
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  • Legality of Using Blockchain to Support INSTEX and Other Special Purpose
           Vehicles to Enable Humanitarian Trade with Sanctioned States

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      Abstract: This article studies the availability, legality and risks associated with utilizing blockchain technology to support the EU’s special purpose vehicle, the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX), to enable humanitarian trade with Iran within the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Such findings can further be applicable to other special purpose vehicles outside of INSTEX, which would help the EU to maintain foreign policy independence when third country unilateral sanctions apply. It does this by examining why INSTEX stalled and how blockchain could solve such problems. This requires an examination of the reach of US sanctions on Iran. Sanctions regimes commonly exempt financial transactions for humanitarian purposes, but it can be extremely difficult to conduct such legitimate transactions in times of sanctions. This risks human catastrophe of the most vulnerable and can undermine global pandemic relief programmes. Rather than undermine sanctions, the purpose herein is to facilitate humanitarian trade with the maximum level of control and oversight by exploring Blockchain options and legality.
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  • Is a Special Purpose Vehicle a Way to Circumvent Western Economic
           Sanctions Imposed on Russia or Only Pitfalls Lie Ahead'

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      Abstract: The ‘problem’ of economic sanctions that restricted trade has vexed the Russian community for the past several years and seemingly only tends to worsen. At the same time, the European Union (the EU) developed a Special Purpose Vehicle (the SPV) (known as Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (the INSTEX) for Iran to continue trade without accessing the United States financial system and avoid violating the United States of America (the US) sanctions. In this respect, one might argue that Russia, in general, might consider a similar option by creating an INSTEX like SPV to circumvent the imposed economic sanctions. At first glance, such SPV seems like a working mechanism to continue the trade in goods and services and to preserve trade flows in case Russia is fully disconnected from the SWIFT) or if ‘maximum’ sanctions are imposed against Russia. This article provides a general overview of how Russia deals with trading under the pressure of economic sanctions and how the hypothetical SPV may assist Russia in maintaining stable trade relations despite the sanctions. The article further discusses how the hypothetical SPV may resort to investment arbitration in order to protect its rights and interests and challenge the imposed sanctions and the risks it may face in this respect. The study reveals that creating such SPV to avoid anti-Russian sanctions might assist with humanitarian need, while the potential to restore normal trade flows is quite doubtful.
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  • Resisting (US) Sanctions: A Comparison of Special Purpose Vehicles,
           Blocking Statutes and Countermeasures

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      Abstract: Trade-restricting unilateral sanctions could face resistance from the targeted states and other states and regional organizations whose trade or nontrade interests are affected by the sanctions. This is particularly true in response to sanctions by the United States, which imposes secondary sanctions affecting actors from a broad range of third states. States resist such sanctions through judicial and non-judicial methods. This article looks at three non-judicial methods states increasingly take in response to sanctions – special purpose vehicles, blocking statutes, and countermeasures – and provides an analysis of the international law issues pertaining to each method. Based on this analysis, the article offers a comparative assessment of the potential usefulness and legal limitations of these methods in resisting undesirable foreign sanctions.
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  • Secondary Sanctions: Why the US Approach Is Unlawful and the EU’s
           Response Is Ineffective

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      Abstract: In recent years, the United States has increasingly reverted to imposing secondary sanctions on friends and foes alike. Realizing that other major economic actors, such as the European Union, China and India, are very often unwilling to follow the United States’ foreign policy dictum, and exploiting its position as a major economic power and holder of the world’s reserve currency, the United States has begun penalizing third state actors that continue trading with US primary sanction targets. In some cases, that has gone so far as to lead to the issuance of US arrest warrants and the subsequent arrest of third state citizens for violating US sanction laws while engaged in transactions that took place outside of the US. Seen from an international law perspective, such conduct raises jurisdictional issues. I will explain that the US cannot rely on any jurisdictional principle recognized by the international community to justify its approach to secondary sanctions. In fact, the international community has come to reject the US modus operandi of imposing secondary sanctions as unlawful, creating a customary international law prohibition. I will then examine the European Union’s ineffective response by imposing a Blocking Statute and, in the case of Iran, by creating a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV).    
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  • ‘If You Can’t Beat ’em, Join ’em’: An Argument for US Support of
           and Participation in INSTEX

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      Abstract: US policymakers have said little in response to the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) and its efforts to seemingly undermine US economic sanctions by downplaying its significance and making a single threat of severing European access to the US financial system. Should INSTEX be feared' INSTEX, which currently has ten European members, has been marketed as a humanitarian mechanism largely directed toward Iran to preserve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and mitigate the impact of US economic sanctions by helping to facilitate trade in medicines, medical devices, food, and other humanitarian goods. I argue that US efforts to quash or undermine INSTEX are counterproductive to US interests and US foreign policy and that the US should work collaboratively with Europe in both the development of INSTEX and, ultimately, through participation in it. I discuss how INSTEX’s commitment to Financial Action Task Force (FATF) principles makes it an important outlet through which the US can not only shape its development and implementation but also in helping to generate goodwill throughout the international community by permitting trade in humanitarian goods through reliable channels. Failure to address the development of this nascent special purpose vehicle has long-term implications for US foreign policy by weakening the effectiveness of economic sanctions and US financial dominance.
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  • Guest Editorial: Economic Sanctions as the Fifth Front

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  • Book Review: Research Handbook on Economic Sanctions, Peter A.G. van
           Bergeijk ed., 1st ed. Cheltenham, UK. Edward Elgar. 2021

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  • Book Review: The Economic Weapon: The Rise of Sanctions as a Tool of
           Modern War, by Nicholas Mulder. New Haven and London. Yale University
           Press. 2022

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