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CONTENTS Acronyms Foreword, by Preface and Acknowledgements 1 Introduction 2 The World Trade Organization and Human Rights Providing Some Power to the People, Some of the Time 3 South Africa In the "Rainbow Nation," Trade and Human Rights are Anything but Black and White 4 Brazil Creating New Rules of the Road 5 European Union The Behemoth is Not a Dinosaur 6 United States An Inconsistent Sheriff at the Intersection of Trade and Human Rights 7 Conclusions and Recommendations Interview Appendix Notes Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Human rights -- Economic aspects.
International trade -- Social aspects.
Foreign trade regulation -- Social aspects.
Social responsibility of business.