The relationship between the trade and environmental regimes has been a turbulent one, raising fundamental questions of policy and practice. Are the two regimes mutually supportive or in tension with one another? To the extent that conflicts arise, how should they be addressed? Can the objectives of free trade and environmental protection be reconciled, or are conflicts inevitable? And if the latter, what is the appropriate balance between the two? To some degree, these questions have been present since the birth of the international trade regime in the 1940s,1...
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