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Toward a North American Legal System

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ISBN13: 9781137269492
Published: October 2012
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £64.00

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The adoption of the North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA] advanced the cause of greater continental cooperation in trade and commerce. It also raised the possibility of even greater cooperation among the three principal countries of this continent. Indeed, since the adoption of NAFTA, in 1994, indications of greater convergence among the people of these three countries have grown, including in terms of values, goals, and expectations. This process is not heading in the same direction as the European Union nor should its institutions seek to emulate that grand and decades-long supranational development.

However, the deepening of North American cooperation does offer the prospect of institutional features that would facilitate this evolving relationship and converging identity and advance its economic goals of increasing prosperity, security, and happiness for all of the people of this continent and its countries. The relationship between law and policy is, therefore, unavoidable.

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Other Jurisdictions , USA
Assessing the Prospects of North American Legal Harmonization
Thinking about Law in North America
The European Union as a Comparative Model for North America
The Constitutional Systems and Traditions of North America
Legal Integration of NAFTA through Supranational Adjudication
Beyond Courts: Harmonizing Practice and Principles in North America Through Investor-State Arbitration
The Strong Subsidiarity Principle under NAFTA Law and Policy