New EJIL:Live! Joseph Weiler and Robert Howse Discuss The World Trade Organization 20 Years On: Global Governance by Judiciary

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In this episode of EJIL: Live! the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal, Professor Joseph Weiler, speaks with Professor Robert Howse of the New York University School of Law, about his EJIL Foreword article, “The World Trade Organization 20 Years On: Global Governance by Judiciary”, which appears in EJIL, Volume 27, Issue 1. The EJIL Foreword, published each year in the first issue of the Journal, is designed to enable a distinguished scholar to undertake a more extensive analysis, conceptualization, or systemic theorization than is usually possible in an EJIL article. Robert Howse’s contribution surveys the first two decades of judicial decision-making and judicialization under the auspices of the World Trade Organization. This conversation goes behind the scenes of the writing of the Foreword, in a manner of speaking, giving readers additional insights into the author’s theorization and approach to understanding the Appellate Body’s first 20 years. As the author remarks, “What I’m trying in part to discern is a set of underlying policies that the Tribunal has developed to manage some of the key legitimacy challenges and dilemmas facing it.” The interview was recorded at the New York University School of Law.

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