By: Fiona Smith
International agricultural trade regulation remains problematic despite the creation of the WTO and the specific Agreement on Agriculture in 1995. The persistent controversy is framed in terms of how best to tackle the contemporary challenges to market liberalisation whilst preserving the environment, addressing difficulties of biofuels, development, human rights and the demands of the changing nature of global governance. This insightful book challenges this convention and presents a new conceptual way in which the problem of international agricultural trade in the WTO can be understood.
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