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1. TRADE Editor’s Choice Recalibrating the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Towards New Standards of Appellate Review Thomas Cottier
Finding a Rule-Based Solution to the Appellate Body Crisis: Looking Beyond the Multiparty Interim Appeal Arbitration Arrangement Henry Gao
Special and Differential Treatment Under the World Trade Organization: A Legal Typology Vineet Hegde, Jan Wouters
Rethinking the (CP)TPP as a Model for Regulation of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises Weihuan Zhou
2. THE BELT AND ROAD A Path Toward Sustainable Development Along the Belt and Road Johanna Aleria P Lorenzo
Investor–State Mediation and the Belt and Road Initiative: Examining the Conditions for Settlement Mark McLaughlin
3. CROSS-CUTTING THEMES Leveling the Field Through Transnational Regulation Kishanthi Parella
4. FINANCE The Tuna Bond Scandal: The Continued Lack of Transparency in Bank-to-State Credit Facilities Agreements Stephen Connelly
5. BOOK REVIEWS Emerging Powers, Global Justice, and International Economic Law: Reformers of an Unjust Order? Mohsen al Attar
The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights under International Investment Law Giorgio Sacerdoti