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World Trade Organization Law: Application and Enforcement Mechanisms in Russia and China

Student: Natalya Panteleeva

Supervisor: Olga A. Berzin

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Legal Support and Business Protection (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The master's thesis is devoted to the analysis of the place of WTO law in the legal system of Russia and China, as well as the comparison of mechanisms for implementing WTO law in the national legislation of Russia and China and the experience of States ' participation in the WTO dispute settlement system. In this paper, the phenomenon of "WTO law" is studied in detail, its legal nature, structure and sources are analyzed, and the author's definition of "WTO law" is proposed. In addition, the master’s thesis describes the process and the results of "WTO law" implementation in the national legislation of the Russian Federation and China (on the example of legislation and practice of applying international treaties) as a way of interaction between national and international law. Besides, approaches to solving the issue of "direct action "of the WTO agreements as one of the areas of interaction between "WTO law" and the national law of the member States in Russia and China were analyzed, and recommendations for establishing certainty in this issue were suggested. Finally, the author made an attempt to systematize trade disputes involving Russia and China and identify common trends in their participation, and proposed recommendations for States to effectively use the dispute settlement system in the WTO framework.

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