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Alternative Options for Resolving Trade Disputes at the Interstate Level

Student: Sergey Pavlov

Supervisor: Anastasia Loginovа

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The work was carried out using extensive judicial practice, international agreements and doctrinal sources. The first chapter touches upon purely theoretical issues of delineating the concepts of international economic law and the structural organization of the WTO with an accompanying analysis of the WTO law, which is necessary for its subsequent comparison with other options for resolving trade disputes. The second chapter deals with the problem of the crisis of the WTO Appellate Body and possible procedural ways to overcome the crisis within the WTO. In the third chapter, much attention is paid to alternatives outside the WTO mechanism, namely, regional trade agreements and integration associations. In paragraph 3.1, the issue of the application of general principles of law is separately mentioned, which directly affects the viability of an alternative based on the WTO mechanisms in view of the conflict of jurisdictions. In the conclusion, the achieved results are presented and findings are formulated that can help in solving several problems analyzed in the work.

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