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The right to food and the World Trade Organization's rules on agriculture : conflicting, compatible, of complementary?

The right to food and the World Trade Organization's rules on agriculture : conflicting, compatible, of complementary? (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Ferguson, Rhonda.
Title Statement
The right to food and the World Trade Organization's rules on agriculture : conflicting, compatible, of complementary? / by Rhonda Ferguson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Leiden ;   Boston :   Brill Nijhoff,   2018.  
Physical Medium
xii, 291 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
International studies in human rights,0924-4751 ; volume 123
ISBN
9789004345072 (hardback : alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Right to food. Agriculture --Economic aspects.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements	p. vii
Table of Cases	p. viii
List of Abbreviations	p. xiii
1	Introduction	p. 1
1.1	    Rationale	p. 3
1.2	    Methodology	p. 6
1.3	    Structure	p. 11
2	The Fragmentation of International Law; the World Trade Organization and International Human Rights Regimes	p. 13
2.1	    Introduction	p. 13
2.2	    What is Fragmentation?	p. 14
2.3	    Characteristics of a Fragmented International Legal Order	p. 20
2.4	    Regimes of Relevance	p. 38
2.5	    Conclusion	p. 50
3	Conflict of Norms in International Law; Theories and Practice	p. 51
3.1	    Introduction to Conflict of Norms	p. 51
3.2	    Defining Parameters	p. 53
3.3	    To Whom are Obligations Owed, and Why does it Matter to Norm Conflict Theories and Resolution Techniques?	p. 57
3.4	    Apparent Versus Genuine Conflicts	p. 62
3.5	    Problematizing the Presumption Against Conflict	p. 63
3.6	    Defining Conflict of Norms	p. 69
3.7	    Conflict Resolution; the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties and Techniques	p. 88
3.8	    Conclusion	p. 96
4	The Human Right to Adequate Food and Corresponding Obligations	p. 98
4.1	    Introduction to the Right to Adequate Food	p. 98
4.2	    The Right to Food as an Economic, Social, and Cultural Right	p. 101
4.3	    Key Formal Source in International Law: ICESCR	p. 107
4.4	    Notes on the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and General Comment 12	p. 130
4.5	    Collective Responsibility	p. 131
4.6	    Concepts Related to the Right to Food	p. 132
4.7	    Conclusion	p. 138
5	Market Access	p. 139
5.1	    Introduction to Market Accessibility	p. 139
5.2	    Market Access in the Multilateral Trade System; Divergent Opinions	p. 141
5.3	    Market Access Provisions Under the Agreement on Agriculture	p. 161
5.4	    Are the Elements of a Conflict of Norms Present Between the Right to Food and Market Access Provisions?	p. 168
5.5	    Conclusion	p. 183
6	Domestic and Export Subsidies	p. 185
6.1	    Introduction to Subsidies in the World Trade Regime	p. 185
6.2	    Agricultural Subsidies and the Right to Food	p. 188
6.3	    Subsidy Provisions Under the Agreement on Agriculture	p. 205
6.4	    Are the Elements of a Conflict of Norms Present Between the Right to Food and the Subsidies Provisions?	p. 226
6.5	    Conclusion	p. 240
7	Locating Entryways for the Right to Food in WTO Agricultural Trade Rules; Are Backdoor Exceptions and Unilateral Conditions Enough to Transform the Relationship into one of Complementarity?	p. 242
7.1	    Introduction	p. 242
7.2	    The GATT Exceptions	p. 243
7.3	    The Generalized System of Preferences	p. 257
7.4	    Transforming Agricultural Production and Trade	p. 264
7.5	    Conclusion	p. 267
8	Conclusion	p. 269
8.1	    Neither Conflict nor Compatibility	p. 270
8.2	    Limitations of the Research and Looking Forward	p. 273
Bibliography	p. 275
Index	p. 288

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