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We Need A Way Back To Multilateralism In Trade

Looking ahead to their next ministerial conference, other WTO members should look to their host, Kazakhstan, to emerge as a new leader in helping resolve the current crisis by building the new and better bridges needed to secure and strengthen the multilateral trading system.

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Saving the WTO’s Appeals Process

The other, practical way should be the alternative means of trade dispute resolution currently available under Article 25 of the dispute settlement rules that are part of the WTO treaty – WTO arbitration.

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How to Solve the WTO Judicial Crisis

In exchange for an end to the U.S. blockade of WTO judicial appointments and U.S. agreement to WTO reforms that reinforce the indispensable independence and impartiality of WTO judges while also strengthening the whole WTO dispute settlement system, the 163 other WTO members should agree to negotiate anew on the true core of U.S. concern – the rules on dumping.