International Finance

German Constitutional Court Rules on Necessity in Argentine Bondholder Case

On May 8, 2007, the German Constitutional Court (the "Bundesverfassungsgericht") handed down a decision on the question of whether Argentina could invoke necessity under general international law as an affirmative defense against claims brought in German courts by private individuals for the country's default on sovereign bonds in early 2002.[1] While the Court accepted that necessity was recognized as precluding the wrongfulness of a breach of internation

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20
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Stephan W. Schill
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The Bush Administration and Democrats Reach a Bipartisan Deal on Trade Policy

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15
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Sungjoon Cho
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The WTO Panel on the EC-Biotech Dispute Releases Its Final Report

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10
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28
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Sungjoon Cho
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The WTO Doha Round Negotiation: Suspended Indefinitely

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10
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22
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Sungjoon Cho
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The WTO Appellate Body Strikes Down the U.S. Zeroing Methodology Used in Antidumping Investigations

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10
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10
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Sungjoon Cho
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