Trade as the Guarantor of Peace, Liberty and Security? Conference Schedule Unless otherwise noted, sessions will be held at the Washington College of Law, 4801 Massachusetts, NW Thursday, February 24, 2005 5:00 p.m. Registration Outside Room 603 Please sign in and pick up your reception nametag 6:00-7:30 pm Welcome Room 603 DEAN CLAUDIO GROSSMAN, Washington College of Law Introduction PROFESSOR PADIDEH ALA’I, Washington College of Law PROFESSOR PHILIP NICHOLS, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (Co-Chairs, IELG) Role of Peace in the Bretton Woods Institutions Panelists: AMBASSADOR JULIO A. LACARTE - former WTO Appellate Body Member DEBRA P. STEGER - University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, former Director of the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat (1995-2001) JAMES M. BOUGHTON - Assistant Director, Policy Development & Review Department, International Monetary Fund URI DADUSH – Director, International Trade Department Development Economic Prospects Group, World Bank Moderator: PADIDEH ALA’I, American University, Washington College of Law 7:30-9:00 pm Reception and Book Signing Outside Room 603 “Peace through Trade: Building the World Trade Organization” by DEBRA STEGER Please be courteous of your colleagues and turn off all cell phones and pagers during all sessions. Thank you. Friday, February 25, 2005 8:30 am Breakfast and Registration Outside Room 603 Please sign in and pick up your nametag and materials. 9:00-10:20 am Trade, War & Peace in the Twenty-First Century Room 603 Panelists: AN CHEN, Xiamen University - “The Three Big Rounds of U.S. Unilateralism versus WTO Multilateralism in the Last Decade” JEFFERY ATIK, Loyola Law School - “Afghanistan’s Nascent Trade Policies” JAN KLEINHEISTERKAMP, HEC School of Management – “Trade as an Agent of War?” ANTONIO F. PEREZ, Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America - “Traditional Paradigms of the Causes of War Applied to the International Trade System” Commentator: DAVID GANTZ, Samuel M. Fegtly Professor of Law, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law 10:35-11:55 am International Trade Regimes & Promotion of Peace Room 603 Panelists: ARI AFILALO and DENNIS PATTERSON, Rutgers-Camden School of Law - “Commerce in the Age of Terror: Restructuring the WTO after the Long War” KIM VAN DER BOGHT, University of Hull, United Kingdom - “Legalization & Judicialization of Trade Relations as Guarantor of Peace” NABOTH VAN DEN BROEK, Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hall & Dorr LLP - “International Trade and New Threats to National Security’” TOMER BROUDE, Hebrew University of Jerusalem – “From Pax Mercatoria to Pax Europea: How Trade Dispute Settlement Procedures Serve the EC's Regional Hegemony” Commentator: TODD WEILER, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law; Director, NAFTALaw.org 12:00-1:55 pm Luncheon WCL Dining Room Introduction: 6th floor PADIDEH ALA’I, Professor of Law, American University, Washington College of Law Speaker: TIMOTHY REIF, Chief International Trade Counsel, Minority, Committee on Ways and Means Please be courteous of your colleagues and turn off all cell phones and pagers during all sessions. Thank you. Friday, February 25, 2005 (continued) 2:00-3:20 pm Trade, Liberty & Security: Theoretical Perspectives Room 603 Panelists: FRANK GARCIA, Boston College of Law - “Trade, Justice and Security” JOHN LINARELLI, University of La Verne College of Law - “The Principle of Fairness for International Economic Treaties” SAMUEL MURUMBA, Brooklyn Law School- “Trade, Peace and Human Dignity: An Interplay of Freedom & Cognition” KEVIN TIERNEY, University of California, Hastings College of Law - “The Limitations of John Stuart Mill: Linkages of Trade & Peace” Commentator: CHERIE TAYLOR, Professor of Law, South Texas College of Law 3:30-4:50 pm Trade, Peace and the Colonial Legacy Room 603 Panelists: JAMES GATHII, Albany Law School - “Commerce, Conquest & Colonialism” PHILIP NICHOLS, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania - “Trade as an Instrument of Pax Mongolia” TEEMU RUSKOLA, American University, Washington College of Law - “From the Boston Tea Party to the Opium War to the WTO: The Colonial History of the First Sino- American Trade Treaty” Commentator: PADIDEH ALA’I, Professor of Law, American University, Washington College of Law 5:15 pm Bus Departs for Hilton Embassy Row Hotel At shuttle stop behind The bus will leave from the shuttle stop behind the Washington Washington College of College of Law on 48th St NW promptly at 5:15 p.m. Staff members Law will be in front of the school to help direct you to the shuttle stop. 48th St NW 5:30-6:30 pm Reception Consulate Room Hilton Embassy Row Hotel 2015 Massachusetts Ave NW 6:30-7:30 pm The Future of the WTO: Economic and Non-Economic Policy Consulate Room Considerations Hilton Embassy Row Introduction: Hotel PHILIP NICHOLS, Co-Chair, IELG, ASIL 2015 Massachusetts Ave NW Speaker: PROFESSOR JOHN H. JACKSON, Georgetown University Law Center Commentators: DONALD M. MCRAE - University of Ottawa, Common Law Section GARY CLYDE HUFBAUER - Reginald Jones Senior Fellow, Institute of International Economics Concluding Remarks: PADIDEH ALA’I, Co-Chair, IELG, ASIL Please be courteous of your colleagues and turn off all cell phones and pagers during all sessions. Thank you. Friday, February 25, 2005 (continued) 7:45-9:30 pm Dinner Consulate Room If you need transportation back to the Washington College of Law Hilton Embassy Row following dinner, please see a staff member and arrangements will Hotel be made for you. 2015 Massachusetts Ave NW Saturday, February 26, 2005 9:30-10:50 am Trade & Peace: Empirical Studies Room 603 Panelists: KAREN HALVERSON CROSS, John Marshall School of Law - “King Cotton, Developing Countries, and the ‘Peace Clause’: A Discussion of the U.S.- Subsidies on Upland Cotton Decision” COLIN PICKER, University of Missouri, Kansas City - “An Empirical Study of the Relationship between Free Trade Agreements and the State Use of Force” EUGENE KONTOROVICH, George Mason University - “Can Foreign Policy Excuse Violations of National Treatment under the GATT?” Commentator: AMELIA PORGES, Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood 11 am-12:20 pm Free Trade: New Issues & Future Challenges Room 603 Panelists: SUNGJOON CHO, Chicago-Kent College of Law - “New Agenda for Peace: International Trade Law as a Practical Discourse” DWIGHT NEWMAN, Rhodes Scholar, St. John’s College, Oxford University - “Burning Barriers, Building Borders: Free Trade & Sovereigntist Movements” CONSTANCE WAGNER, St. Louis University School of Law - “Gender Main- streaming in International Trade Law as a Mechanism for Enhancing Economic Welfare and Political Stability” Commentator: COLIN PICKER, University of Missouri, Kansas City 12:20-12:30 pm Closing Remarks Room 603 PADIDEH ALA’I and PHILIP NICHOLS 12:30-1:30 pm IELG Business Meeting Room 603 Facilitators: IELG Officers & Planning Committee Discussion Items: Publication of Conference Proceedings, Future Meetings and Elections. Please be courteous of your colleagues and turn off all cell phones and pagers during all sessions. Thank you.
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