July 29, 2020

Pamela Coke-Hamilton, a member of TradeLab's Advisory Board, was recently appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General as the new Executive Director of the ITC in Geneva. Previously, she served as the Director of UNCTAD's Division on International Trade and Commod...

July 24, 2020

Thank you to all of our students and clinic supervisors who participated in this year's Student Showcase! If you missed the Showcase, don't worry, a recording is now available.

Congratulations to TRAPCA and Kenyatta University, who tied for 1st place in our Best Video...

This report discusses the means through which the beneficiary – the governing body of an indigenous community located in Canada – can facilitate the transportation of recreational cannabis products between two Canadian locations within its territory by truck. The benef...

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For the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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Carbon emissions from the use of fossil fuels are one of the major causes of climate change, threatening disastrous and irreparable harm to the environment and human civili...

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Foreign investment is traditionally perceived as a positive input in a country’s economy, as it increases the amount of capital available to finance productive activities. Moreover, foreign capital often come...

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The ATA Carnet is a standardized international customs document that is used to obtain duty-free temporary admission of particular goods into states that are parties to the Customs Convention on the ATA Carnet for the Tempor...

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International dispute settlement outlines the scope of a litigating party’s rights and obligations in line with the object and purpose of the agreement at hand, in a given context. Dispute settlement also allows States to en...

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States must adapt to the changing circumstances to ensure their continued development as power shifts in an increasingly multipolar world. Globalisation has made States more interdependent, particularly economically, as inst...

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