Disciplining Globalization: International Law, Illegal Trade, and the Case of Narcotics by Chantal Thomas
This Article is the first in a series of studies of the globalization of illicit markets. My theses are as follows: First, the increase in international trade in illicit products and services parallels the growth in international trade more generally that accompanies the phenomenon of globalization. Second, at the same time that most international trade law has moved toward a posture of liberalization, there has been a movement to strengthen the prohibition and punishment of trade in illicit transactions. Third, the mechanisms that have developed to regulate this prohibition constitute a significant development in the international legal order…
Disciplining Globalization: Law, Illegal Trade, and the Case of Narcotics, 24 Michigan Journal of International Law 549 (2003).
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