Essays about: "international trade"

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  1. 1. The Essential Security Exception under International Investment Law - Analysis of the Dispute between Huawei and the Swedish Government as a Case Study

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för handelsrätt

    Author : Xiao Wang; [2022]
    Keywords : international investment law; essential security exception; International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes ICSID ; Huawei and the Swedish Government; the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade GATT ; international investment agreements IIAs ; bilateral investment treaty BIT ; host country; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Along with the rapid development of investment and trade in the context of economic globalisation, a number of legal issues, risks and disputes related to the essential security exception have gradually emerged in the field of international investment. Although contracting states have consciously agreed on essential security exception regulations in the international investment system, the provisions of essential security exception regulations in investment agreements vary from country to country, and there are differences in the interpretation and application of the exception provisions by arbitral tribunals. READ MORE

  2. 2. Climate Leadership in the Trade Regime Complex : An Assessment of the United States Preferential Trade Agreements

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Jens Wickström; [2022]
    Keywords : International Climate Leadership; Global Governance; The US; Preferential Trade Agreements; Regime Complex;

    Abstract : Emissions keep rising, states keep trading, and Earth will be 1.5°C warmer within five years. These are results of inadequate global governance. As globalisation has brought complexity to the international settings, creating overlapping webs of interactions: no International Organisation has properly responded. READ MORE

  3. 3. Is Free Trade an Obstacle to Carbon Neutrality? : How does Free Trade Affect the Environmental Footprint of Sweden, as a Part of the EU, in the Agricultural Sector?

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för globala politiska studier (GPS)

    Author : Silas de Saram; [2022]
    Keywords : Sustainability; Agriculture; Free Trade; European Union;

    Abstract : This thesis investigates the environmental impact of the EU’s free trade agreements, to answer the research question of “How does Free Trade affect the Environmental Footprint of Sweden, as a Part of the EU, in the Agricultural Sector?”. A critical green theory framework was applied to conceptualize the international system and understand the hierarchical nature of global trade relationships. READ MORE

  4. 4. GREEN GROWTH – A TECHNOLOGICAL SUCCESS OR AN OFFSHORING STORY? : Investigating Ecological Footprints of Production and Consumption

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Nationalekonomi

    Author : Linnea Casselryd; [2022]
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    Abstract : With the green growth strategies that are currently dominating the environmental agenda, the ability to decouple economic growth from environmental pressure is a condition for these to succeed. The vast body of literature that examine this relationship typically rely on narrow indicators of environmental pressure and neglect the environmental impact embodied in international trade. READ MORE

  5. 5. Discussing International Climate Regulations in a Post-colonial World : A Content Analysis on EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM).

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för ekonomisk historia och internationella relationer

    Author : Iman Miriam Djelloul; [2022]
    Keywords : Global Trade; Carbon Emissions Trading; Climate Regulations; Carbon-colonialism; Post-colonialism; WTO; EU; CBAM.;

    Abstract : In a contemporary with intense concerns towards global warming, this thesis has investigated the matter of how trade regulation policies, responding to climate change, are rhetorically motivated and discussed within international forums. Particularly by looking at the European Union’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism and by critically dissecting how the EU has been navigating its conflicting position; on one hand, as the self-appointed leader of progressive climate actions, on the other hand, as the guardian of the common economic interests of the Union – and on a third stand, as a prominent member of the World Trade Organization, with binding obligations to not violate its rules. READ MORE