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Center for International & Comparative Law
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- 2016 DJCIL Conference Proceedings Summary Available Symposium Summary
- Brewster discusses possible trade agreements after Trump signs away TPP Marketplace
- Bradley, Helfer analyze Brexit's implications for U.S. treaty withdrawal Lawfare
- Brewster comments on complexity of dissolving trade pacts Marketplace
- Brewster discusses presidential trade powers in light of Trump's promises Marketplace
- Brewster: President has power to threaten high tax on "certain high-profile corporations" that move production out of U.S. Marketplace
- Bradley discusses prospect of U.S. exiting trade agreements and treaties KUOW
- Mellon Foundation funds Brewster-organized yearlong seminar on corporate rights and international law Duke Today
- Brewster discusses how Trump could reshape NAFTA Marketplace
- Horowitz focuses on constitutional design for divided societies in Yale's 2016 Castle Lectures