Frederick K. Cox International Law Center

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Professor Webster testifies before Congress

Feb 6, 2014
On Jan. 15, 2014, Professor Tim Webster, who is Director of our Asian Legal Studies Program, testified before Congress on China's WTO compliance.

Professor Colares appointed to NAFTA Roster

Feb 4, 2014
Professor Juscelino Colares, Associate Director of the Cox Center, was appointed by the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) to serve on the 2013-2014 United States Roster of NAFTA Panelists.

Talking Foreign Policy discusses cyber war

Feb 3, 2014
On Jan. 31, 2014, Cleveland’s NPR station aired the broadcast of “Talking Foreign Policy,” the quarterly radio program produced by Case Western Reserve University School of Law. The broadcast which focused on Cyber-war, was headlined by Peter Singer, author of “Cyber-Security and Cyber-War: What Everyone Needs to Know.”

Professor Webster testifies before Congress regarding WTO - China

Jan 31, 2014
Professor Timothy Webster, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of East Asian Legal Studies at Case Western Reserve University School of Law testified before the Congressional-Executive Commission on China. In discussing ongoing Chinese implementation disputes with the World Trade Organization, he summarized China's track record and offered suggestions on how the U.S. may more effectively respond to China's implementation challenges. "China has become an increasingly sophisticated WTO litigant and now more willing to use DSB (Dispute Settlement Body) procedures to minimize the effects of adverse rulings," Webster said during his testimony. "Once decisions have been rendered, China is not necessarily willing to implement those decisions as quickly as we might like."

Acting Dean Michael Scharf appears on C-SPAN 2 to discuss his book

Jan 17, 2014
Acting Dean Michael Scharf's recent talk at the Cleveland City Club about his new book, "Customary International Law in Times of Fundamental Change" was broadcast nationally on C-SPAN2 Book TV on Dec. 21 and 30, 2013.
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