This course will cover international trade law, focusing on the World Trade Organization and U.S. domestic trade law. The course will consist of analysis and in-depth discussion of the texts of the WTO Agreements, WTO jurisprudence, and U.S. case law. Topics covered will include dispute settlement, tariffs and non-tariff barriers, the most favored nation principle, regionalism, national treatment, safeguards, antidumping, subsidies, environment, health & safety, developing countries, and the other “trade &” issues. The course also will look at international trade law within the broader concept of globalization and public international law.
Shenai, Neena G., "International Trade Law" (2004). Diplomacy Syllabi. 620.