Irregular Migration and International Economic Asymmetry
Forthcoming in WORLD TRADE AND INVESTMENT LAW REIMAGINED: A PROGRESSIVE AGENDA FOR AN INCLUSIVE GLOBALIZATION, edited by Alvaro Santos, Chantal Thomas, and David M. Trubek (Anthem Press, 2019).
29 Pages Posted: 10 Apr 2019
Date Written: April 9, 2019
The world is on the point of a stunning reversal. Nationalism and isolationism have surged against the global laws and institutions that have advanced economic liberalization and integration for half a century. Hostility is rising against international trade and international migration, both of which the new cadre of self-styled “anti-globalists” see as interrelated and threatening to national security and economic stability.
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation