International trade after the US election

Donald Trump was the first US presidential candidate to campaign against free trade since the Great Depression. Although the finer details of Trump’s trade policy are unknown, Fabian Bohnenberger and Christian Joerges of the Hertie School of Governance, argue that it will probably have a significant impact on the future of international trade. They note that the uncertainty will incentivize US partners to look for alternative markets and that … Continue reading International trade after the US election

‘Euro Crisis Law’ before the Court of Justice of the EU

The ways in which Europe‚Äôs economy and the Eurozone are governed have changed fundamentally over the course of the Eurozone crisis. The resulting constitutional constellation is nothing less than a deep transformation of the European project. Christian Joerges, Professor of Law and Society at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, looks at how the project of a European economic constitution has been abandoned, and … Continue reading ‘Euro Crisis Law’ before the Court of Justice of the EU