By: Ashok Gulati and Anwarul Hoda
Equips policymakers, advisers, and other interested parties with the critical tools for successful WTO negotiation. Provides a historical understanding of protectionism and the underlying motivations for it, demystifies the negotiating process by examining the influence powerful players wielded during the Uruguay Round, assesses the degree to which past trade commitments have been implemented by the major trading nations, draws out the implications of the Agreement on Agriculture for India and other developing countries, and offers strategies that developing countries can use to build a third force that can negotiate effectively with the US and the EC.
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