Is the U.S. Constitution a hurdle for Donald Trump?
with Joel P. Trachtman, The Fletcher School
On September 14th, Joel P. Trachtman, Professor of International Law at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and Luz María de la Mora, Director of LMM Consulting and COMEXI Associate reflected on thepoers vested in Congress to terminate trade agreements.
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About Luz María de la Mora
Doctor Luz María de la Mora, is an expert in foreign trade relations and policy. She has represented the Mexican government in various foreign trade negotiations, including the NAFTA negotiations.
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About Joel P. Trachtman
Joel Trachtman, is a professor in International Law at Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He is recognized worldwide as a leading authority on international law, he has published six academic books and over 80 scholarly articles. He has lectured in universities around the world.
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Download here Professor Trachtman's paper "Terminating Trade Agreements: The Presidential Dormant Commerce Clause versus a Constitutional Gloss Half Empty".