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Transatlantic investor protection as a threat to democracy: the potency and limits of an emotive frame*
Abstract A campaign by civil society organizations (CSOs) turned a relatively obscure area of international economic law—investor–state dispute settlement (ISDS)—into the focus of opposition to theExpand
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TTIP: Wie das Handelsabkommen den Welthandel verändert und die Politik entmachtet
Wie keine anderen Verhandlungen in der jungeren Geschichte haben die bilateralen Gesprache zur Transatlantischen Handels- und Investitionspartnerschaft (kurz TTIP) die offentliche Meinung gespalten.Expand
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Resisting Protectionism after the Crisis: Strategic Economic Discourse and the EU–Korea Free Trade Agreement
In 2006 the European Commission announced its Global Europe strategy, which proposed pursuing a series of ambitious Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) premised on exchanging the EU's remaining ‘pockets ofExpand
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The Impact of Brexit on EU Policies
While the result of the UK’s referendum on membership of the EU has been the subject of considerable scholarly interest, relatively little has been written on the impact of Brexit on the EU. WhereExpand
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Why TTIP is a game-changer and its critics have a point
ABSTRACT The heated scholarly and public debate on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has centred predominantly on two questions. Firstly, is there something particularlyExpand
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EU trade and development policy beyond the ACP: subordinating developmental to commercial imperatives in the reform of GSP
Following the stagnation of negotiations with the African, Caribbean and Pacific states, the centrepiece of the European Union's (EU's) trade and development strategy has been a reform of theExpand
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Bound by Gravity or Living in a ‘Post Geography Trading World’?* Expert Knowledge and Affective Spatial Imaginaries in the Construction of the UK’s Post-Brexit Trade Policy
ABSTRACT A key battle has been fought within the UK cabinet on the direction of post-Brexit trade policy. The opposing sides have favoured either continued alignment or a ‘hard’ break with theExpand
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The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the Role of Computable General Equilibrium Modelling: An Exercise in ‘Managing Fictional Expectations’
Negotiations between the world's two largest trading partners, the European Union (EU) and the USA, on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) have been ongoing since July 2013.Expand
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