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1 Jackson, John H. (2006), Sovereignty, the WTO, and Changing Fundamentals of International Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2 As indicated in the reviews, this book derives from the annual series of Lauterpacht lectures delivered in the fall of 2002 at the Lauterpacht Center at Cambridge England. The book is actually five times as long (in words) as the lectures, and became a jump off point for the author to express some of his views, including those sought by the invitation for the lecture series to examine the interrelationship of international economic law and general international law.

3 Jackson, John H. (2006), ‘Reflections on the Possible Research Agenda for Exploring the Relationship between Human Rights Norms and International Trade Rules’, International Trade and Human Rights: Foundations and Conceptual Issues, The World Trade Forum, Frederick M. Abbott, Christine Breining-Kaufmann, and Thomas Cottier (eds.), 19–28. Volume 5, Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press; Jackson, John H. (2005), ‘General Editor's Foreword’, Human Rights and International Trade, Thomas Cottier, Joost Pauwelyn, and Elisabeth Bürgi (eds.), v–ix. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

4 Peter Sutherland et al. (2003), The Future of the WTO: Addressing Institutional Challenges in the New Millennium, Report by the Consultative Board to the Director-General Supachai Panitchpakdi, available at:, last visited April 19, 2007.

5 See Ministerial Declaration, GATT B.I.S.D. (33rd Supp.) (1987).

6 Croome, John (1995), Reshaping the World Trading System: A History of the Uruguay Round, Geneva: World Trade Organization.

7 See Sutherland, supra note 6.

8 Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes, Article 3, General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT) Secretariat, The Results of the Uruguay Round Multilateral Trade Negotiations, the Legal Texts (Geneva, 1994).

* University Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center (GULC), Washington, D.C.; Director, Institute of International Economic Law, Georgetown Law Center; General Editor, International Economic Law Series, Oxford University Press; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of International Economic Law, Oxford University Press.

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