Category: Volume 54 Issue 3
Elad D. Gil
How does the digital era affect the ability of governments to “govern”? On the one hand, global connectivity and data-driven technologies provide governments with powerful new ways to exercise coercion.
Orit Fischman-Afori, Miriam Marcowitz-Bitton, & Emily Michiko Morris
The Covid-19 pandemic has had devastating effects on our social, economic, and political lives. While the race to develop vaccines has yielded results in record time, ensuring widespread, affordable access to these vaccines remains a major challenge.
A Proposed Interpretation of GATT Article XXI (b) (ii) in Light of its Implications for Export Control, Vol. 54
GATT Article XXI(b)(ii) has received little scholarly attention, but increasing measures taken under the name of national security require heightened attention to it, especially with regard to export control measures. We need a detailed interpretation of the clause that can be used to distinguish measures permissible under the clause from impermissible ones.