The proliferation of regional trade agreements, including free trade agreements and customs unions, over the past decade has raised many new legal issues in WTO law, international law and an emerging law of regional trade agreements. The different parts of this book trace this evolution from different angles. The first part presents the economic and political foundations of regional trade agreements, their constitutional functions and their role as a place of integration of trade and human rights. The second part examines WTO rules on regional trade agreements and focuses on a number of areas where regional trade agreements are problematic, such as. B trade measures, regulatory standards and rules of origin.

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