Edoardo Stoppioni


Edoardo Stoppioni is a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law (Luxembourg) and PhD candidate at the Sorbonne Law School. His main research interests are general international law, international economic law, and legal theory.

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Balancing between Trade and Public Health Concerns: The Latest Step in the Plain Packaging Saga

The Australian Tobacco Plain Packaging (TPP) measures raised the classic issue of balancing between competing interests. While aiming at improve public health by putting plain packaging requirements on tobacco products, Australia revived an important debate in international economic law concerning whether international obligations have become too intrusive for the State’s policy space, asphyxiating the sovereign right…

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