After analyz-ing the argument of the nature of GATT1947 regulations, t-he final judgement on the nature of GATT1947 regulations f-rom Uruguay Round,the legal nature of WTO regulations,t-he nature of procedure law of Understanding on Rules a-nd Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes,defini-tion of procedure,The article points out the DSB of WTO as 1-egal procedure.
WTO supplies a place negotiating for free MNP, the Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes provide regulations for settlement of disputes in international trade in services arid GATS builds the basic legal frame of MNP.
As it contributes enormously to the prompt settlement of disputes, the enhancement of predictability and legal security, the limitation of power abuse and the fulfillment of the free trade agreement’s objectives, an impartial and effective dispute settlement mechanism plays an important role in the legal system of the free trade area.
Because the Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes (DSU) does not mention amicus curiae briefs, a heated discussion has arisen regarding the question of whether such non-governmental briefs should be, or even must be, accepted by the WTO dispute settlement bodies.
Furthermore, on the efforts of multilateral legislation of international investment, the Investor-State dispute resolution mechanism in Section B Chapter 11 is a landmark in the development of international economic disputes resolution mechanisms.
This article examines the relevant law and practice, especially concerning the powers of organs established by treaty to interpret their constitutive conventions in the absence of dispute settlement procedures.
The 1995 United Nations Straddling and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks Agreement: Management, Enforcement and Dispute Settlement
This contribution focuses upon those aspects of the 1995 Agreement related to surveillance and enforcement, dispute settlement and the role and competence of regional fisheries management organisations (RFOs).
The most critical ingredient for mitigating tensions in the South China Sea is the political willingness of Spratly claimants, especially China, to make dispute settlement happen.
But while coastal states and high seas states may have unequal rights and obligations with regard to fisheries access and management, they do have an equal interest in access to dispute settlement options.
Problems of Compulsory Jurisdiction and the Settlement of Disputes Relating to Straddling Fish Stocks
Seeberg-Elverfeldt, The Settlement of Disputes in Deep Seabed Mining
Settlement of disputes relating to the delimitation of the outer continental shelf: The role of International Courts and Arbitra
The settlement of disputes concerning States arising from the application of the statute of the International Criminal Court: Ba
The tension between State sovereignty and the need of international criminal tribunals to have sufficient powers for functioning effectively and independently permeates the provisions on the settlement of disputes contained within the ICC Statute.