World Trade Politics : Power, Principles and Leadership / David A. Deese.Material type: TextPublication details: London : Routledge, c2008.Description: xiv, 224 p. : 24 cmISBN:
- 9780415774048 (hardback)
- 0415774047 (hardback)
- 9780415774055 (pbk.)
- 0415774055 (pbk.)
- 9780203946039 (ebook)
- 0203946030 (ebook)
- 382.92 22 DEE
- JZ1318 .D432 2007
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|382.7 ق و ر الممارسات الضارة في التجارة الدولية وسبل مواجهتها :||382.706 غ ن ى الجات والتبعية الثقافية /||382.71091724 PAN Free trade and prosperity : how openness helps developing countries grow richer and combat poverty /||382.92 DEE World Trade Politics :||382.92 GOV Governing the World Trade Organization :||382.92 HOD Theories and practices of compliance with WTO law /||382.92 JAC The World Trade Organization :|
"Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Routledge."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Principles, power, and leadership : why study international political leadership and the global trade regime -- What is political leadership in international relations? How can it be studied in institutionalized negotiations? -- The founding: World War II to the turbulent 1970s : early GATT rounds and the ITO collapse: contrasting the Dillon and Kennedy rounds -- The Tokyo round launch: 1973, GATT, 1975, 1995: from endangered species to unprecedented authority -- The glass is one half empty: non-GATT governed trade policy and protection of 1970s-1980s -- Closing the Tokyo round -- More than anyone expected, a new WTO -- Foundations for the future: can the WTO become relevant to development and its least developed members? -- The "tear gas" ministerial: why Seattle failed in 1999 -- Doha, 2001, and the new "development round" -- The meaning of collapse at Cancun, Mexico, 2003 -- Why international institutions fail and succeed -- Insights for WTO reform -- How, when, and why international institutions work best.