Seeping in Slowly: How Human Rights Concerns are Penetrating the WTO
World Trade Review, Vol 6, No. 3, pp. 413-449, 2007
39 Pages Posted: 31 Oct 2008
Date Written: October, 29 2008
This article uses the day to day operations of the WTO (trade negotiations, trade waivers, acessions, trade policy reviews) to discuss how human rights issues are seeping into the work of the WTO. The author also discusses how the WTO may promote particular human rights such as public participation, property rights, and due process rights.
Keywords: trade, WTO, human rights, U.S. developing countries, EU, waivers
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