The problem of Japanese accession to the GATT : a case study in regime theory
The problem of Japan's accession to the GATT raised a set of distinct yet related issues which were directly related to the principles, rules and purposes of the GATT regime. By focussing on how these issues were settled inside or outside the GATT , the thesis shows how principles, norms and purposes of the GATT regime affected the settlement of issues . Conversely, the issue of Japan's accession can also be seen as a problem of regime change and formation . While strategic...[Show more]
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