In this session we will explore international trade and in particular the World Trade Organisation against the backdrop of the collapse of the 1999 Ministerial in Seattle, WA.

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Required Readings

Chapter 6 of O’Brien and Williams

Chapter 5 of Ravenhill

Rorden Wilkinson, “The World Trade Organization”, New Political Economy, Vol. 7, No. 1 (2002), pp.129-141.

Philip McMichael, “Sleepless since Seattle: What is the WTO about?” Review of International Political Economy, 7/3 (2000): 466-474

Recommended Readings

Chapter 12 of Chang

Helen V. Milner, “International Trade,” in Handbook of International Relations, 447-461. (2002)

John H Jackson, “The Case of the World Trade Organization”, International Affairs, Vol.84, No.3 (2008), pp.437-454.

Robert Hunter Wade, “What strategies are viable for developing countries today? The World Trade Organization and the shrinking of ‘development space’,” Review of International Political Economy 10, no. 4 (2003): 621-644.

Robert Wolfe, “Crossing the river by feeling the stones: Where the WTO is going after Seattle, Doha and Cancun” Review of International Political Economy, Vol.11, No.3, pp.574-96.

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