Vol 3, No 1 (2011)

Trade, Law and Development (Special Issue: Third World Approaches to International Law)

This is a special issue on the 'Third World Approaches to International Law'(TWAIL). It also commemorates the third successful year of Trade, Law and Development. The issue is dedicated to the memory of late Prof. Ram Prakash Anand, a doyen of TWAIL.

Table of Contents

Obituary

In Memoriam: Ram Prakash Anand (1933-2011) PDF
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Editorials

2010-2011: Taking the Road Less Travelled PDF
Meghana Sharafudeen 6-13
The World of TWAIL: Introduction to the Special Issue PDF
B. S. Chimni 14-25

Articles

TWAIL: A Brief History of its Origins, its Decentralized Network, and a Tentative Bibliography Abstract PDF
James Thuo Gathii 26-64
How the Multi- Level Democratisation of International Law-Making Can Effect Popular Aspirations Towards Self-Determination Abstract PDF
Mohsen Al Attar, Rebekah Thompson 65-102
Between Resistance and Reform: TWAIL and the Universality of International Law Abstract PDF
Luis Eslava, Sundhya Pahuja 103-130
TWAIL and the Dabhol Arbitration Abstract PDF
Gus Van Harten 131-163
Transnational Business and Environmental Harm: A TWAIL Analysis of Home State Obligations Abstract PDF
Sara L Seck 164-202
Mutations of Neo-Liberalism in International Investment Law Abstract PDF
M. Sornarajah 203-232

Book Review

Of Haves and Have-Nots: A Review of Donatella Alessandrini, Developing Countries and the Multilateral Trade Regime: The Failure and Promise of the WTO’s Development Mission (Hart Publishing 2010) PDF
Gregory W. Bowman 233-256

Graphic Art

Education for Emancipation Abstract PDF
Mohsen Al Attar, Mia Koning 257-266


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