Today, fragmentation and unity of the international legal order has become its own topic of study1 recognizing that a wide variety of international norms may create complex interactions and give rise to various types of conflicts.2 It is at this time that the relationship between international trade law and United Nations (UN) law, notably in the field of collective security, seems critical. To date, however, this issue has rarely been analyzed in its full scope. In strict legal terms, this is hardly surprising as the relationship between both regimes has...
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