International Trade Law and the Nature of State
Our world is nothing but a huge marketplace. It is a place where trade laws govern and direct the consumer through various arrangements. Nonetheless, to understand the intricacies of the law, it necessary that we look for the expert to impart the knowledge. Ari Afilalo is one such expert. His knowledge of international trade renowned worldwide.
International trade initiated in the fourteenth century and since then it has evolved in numerous ways. What began with silk and spices from China, progressed to the commodities. With globalization, commodities transformed into services and the world became a global village. To improve and improvise the limitations of the trade, it is necessary to improve and improvise the trade laws constantly.
The New Global Trading Order
Professor of Law at Rutgers-Camden School of Law, Afilalo has given his life to teach the global trade scenario and work towards the betterment of the society. His latest book, The New Global Trading Order: The Evolving State and the Future of Trade gives his unique insight into the world of trading. The new globe trade order tells about various discrepancies that have changed the physiognomy of global trade. With his expertise and knowledge, Ari Afilalo suggests not only strong but effective practical measures that can change the course of global trade.
Ari Afilalo based theories for his research on these major subjects:
- International Trade
- International Business Transactions
- European Union Laws
Relationship Between International Trade Laws & the State
Interconnected with a common aim, these three subjects aim to explore the relationship between the international trade laws and the nature of State. Ari Afilalo’s new book also focuses on the same working relationship. He also explores the form of the trade order since the postmodern era and adds his insights to the various regulatory frameworks and numerous current institutions that need to be changed or supplemented. Similar to this concept, Ari Afilalo also examines the relationship between the constitutional law of the country (State) and the international law and how they can co-exist better. He argues that the norms that shape the State should also shape the international trade law so that there is a minimum friction between the two. You can read in detail about the relationship between the state and the international trade law in Ari Afilalo’s book – The New Global Trading Order.