Paolo Davide Farah, Elena Cima (editors)


Climate Change, Sustainable Development and the Protection of Environment, Social, Economic and Cultural Rights, Labour Rights, Public Health, Food and Product Safety, Consumer Protection, Global Law and Sustainable Development

Book Series, Routledge Publishing (London/New-York), ISBN 978-1-4094-4848-8, September 2016, pp. 1 –  584 (330.000 words).

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Table of Contents
  • List of Figures XII
  • List of Tables XIII
  • List of Abbreviations XIV
  • Notes on Editors XIX
  • Notes on Contributors XXI

Forewords in Alphabetical Order

  • Foreword by Professor Gianmaria Ajani XXVI
  • Foreword by H. E. the Minister Gian Luca Galletti XXIX
  • Foreword by Professor Gabrielle Marceau XXX
  • Foreword by H. E. the Minister Maurizio Martina XXXI

Acknowledgements XXXIII by Professor Paolo Davide Farah

  1. Introduction and Overview of the Book
    Paolo Davide Farah
  2. The Development of Global Justice and Sustainable Development Principles in the WTO
    Multilateral Trading System through the Lens of Non-Trade Concerns: An Appraisal on China’s Progress
    Paolo Davide Farah

III. Fundamental Rights and Cultural Diversity

This Book Part III “Fundamental Rights and Cultural Diversity” is participated by researchers funded by the Marie Curie IRSES of the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007–2013) under REA grant agreement n° 317767 – Acronym of the Project: LIBEAC (2013–2016) entitled “Lib­eralism in Between Europe And China” within the results coordinated by gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development (United Kingdom).

  1. Understanding Non-Trade Concerns through Comparative Chinese and European Philosophy of Law
    Jean Yves Heurtebise
  2. The Right to Food in International Law and WTO Law: An Appraisal
    Flavia Zorzi Giustiniani
  3. The Right to Food in China: Cultural Foundation, Present and Future
    Ning Libiao
  4. Projections of China’s Food Security to 2030: Obligations as an Agricultural Superpower
    James R. Simpson
  5. China and the Recognition and Protection of the Human Right to Water
    Roberto Soprano
  6. China Meets Hollywood at WTO: Janus’ Faces of Freedom. Standards of Right and Wrong between National and International Moralities
    Christophe Germann
  7. Cultural Products and the WTO: China’s Domestic Censorship and Media Control Policies
    Rogier Creemers
  8. Trade in Audiovisuals – The Case of China
    Anselm Kamperman Sanders
  9. Rise and Demise of US Social Media in China. A Touchstone of WTO and BIT Regulations
    Danny Friedmann
  10. Can Trade Restrictions Be Justified by Moral Values? Revisiting The Seals Disputes Through a Law and Economics Analysis
    Julien Chaisse & Xinjie Luan