The experienced authors of this valuable collection of papers bring together useful data, good analysis and modest expectations as to what can be achieved. Prepared for discussions at the American Society for International Law in 1982, not all the papers have been brought up to date-but the issues remain. "The Outlook for GATT as an Institution" by R. Michael Gadbaw is particularly good.
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