and Cooperation in High-Technology Development and Trade, CoChairman
of the Project Steering Committee, Papers and Proceedings
Eased on a Conference held in Washington, D.C. on 30-31 May
1995, Board on Science Technology and Economic Policy,
National Research Council, National Academy Press (1997).
Conflict and Cooperation
in National Competition for High-Technology made, co-editor,
Research Council, National Academy Press (1996).
"How the Uruguay Round Will Change the Practice of
International Trade Law in the United States, “co-author,
World Trade Organization: The Multilateral made Framework for
the 21st Century and U.S. Implementing Legislation, edited
by Terrence P. Stewart, American Bar Association (July 1996).
“Managing the Trading System: The World Trade Organization
and the Post Uruguay Round,” in Managing die World Economy: flfiy Years After Brenon Woods, edited
by Peter B. Kenen, Institute for International Economics
Fair Trade Fences Make
Good Neighbors, International Trade Supplement of the Legal Times
(June 20, 1994).
Memorandum to the
President-Elect: Harnessing Process to Purpose, Commission
Member, The Commission on Government Renewal, Carnegie
Conflict Among Nations:
Trade Policies in the 199O~s, co-editor, Westview Press
Steel and the State:
Government Intervention and Steel’s Structural Crisis, co-author,
Westview Press (1988).
Race. The Impact of Government Policy on International
Competition, coauthor, Westview Press (1988).
Competition in the Information Technologies; Foreign
Government Intervention and the U. £ Response, Stanford
Journal of International Law (1987).
A Strategy for Maintaining Friendship Between the United
States and Japan, Economic World (1986).
The Case for a U.
St-Canada Free Trade Agreement, Canada-United States Law
The Role of America’s Trade Policy in rAe International
Competitiveness of American Industry,Harvard Business School
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Rules to Govern Safeguard Actions, Institute for
Economics, Washington. D.C. (1982).
The larger Political and Economic Role of the Tokyo Round. Law
and Policy in International Business, 12:1 (1980).
The U.S. Mandate for
Trade Negotiations, Virginia Journal of International Law
Evolution of the
Executive-Legislative Relationshz~ in the Trade Act of 1974, Johns
Hopkins, School of Advanced International Studies (1975).
“The Positive Contribution of Antidumping to a Liberal World
Trading System,” presented at the World Business Forum,
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire (October 9, 1999).
“The Escape Clause and Antidumping, A Case Study in Steel,”
presented at the American Enterprise Institute, Washington,
D.C. (July 19, 1999).
“Unanswered Questions: The Place of Trade and Competition
Policy In the “Seattle Round,” presented at the OECD
Conference on Trade and Competition, Paris, France (June 30,
“The Japan Problem. Solved? Notes
from a close friend and battle-scarred critic of Japan,” prepared
for the Congressional Economic Leadership Institute-Economic
Strategy Institute Forum, Washington, D.C. (March 5,
“Trade and Competition Policy: A Suggested U.S.
Strategy7 Summary” co-author, submitted to
the International Competition Policy Advisory Committee (ICPAC),
Washington, D.C. (November 4, 1999) and to the 2nd Advisory
Panel Meeting on the Future of U.S. Trade Policy, Economic
Strategy Institute, Washington, D.C. (November 17, 1998).
“Management of U.S.-Japanese Financial Trade Relations, “co-author,
prepared for the Symposium on Building the Financial System of
the 21st Century: An Agenda for Japan and the United States,
Chatham, Massachusetts (July 17-19, 1998).
“WTO Dispute Settlement and the Particular Problem of Trade
and Competition Policy,” prepared for the conference on
Dispute Resolution in the World Trade Organization,
Washington, D.C. (June 24, 1998).
“The Asian Question: Integration of East Asia into the World
Economy,” presented at the UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles,
CA (April 15, 1998).
"Reflections on WTO Dispute Settlement, presented at a
Symposium on the First Three Years of the WTO Dispute
Settlement System, 1995-1997, Georgetown University Law
Center, Washington. D.C.; and at the American Bar Association
Airlie House Seminar. Warrenton, VA (March26, 1998).
“Trade and Competition Policy,” presented to the Economic
Strategy Institute, Washington, D.C. (December 15, 1997).
“CFR/MIIS Congressional Briefing,” prepared for the
roundtable discussion of the new book Trade Strategies for a New Era: Ensuring U.S. Leadership in a Global
Economy, Washington, D.C.
“The Current U.S. Debate Over China Policy and China’s
Accession into WTO,”
presented at the Trilateral-Forum on China-U.S.-Japan
Cooperation in Promoting Liberalization in Trade and
Investment in the Asia-Pacific Region, Shanghai, China (May 6,
“Comments on Robert Lawrence’s Vision for the World
Economy,” presented at the Brookings Institution,
Washington, D.C. (January 9, 1997).
“A U.S. Vision of Liberalization of Trade and Investment,”
presented at the Trilateral Forum (U.S-Japan-China), Tokyo,
Japan (December 14, 1996).
“Checking the Administration’s Compass: The 1997 Agenda
for Trade in Agriculture,” presented to the U.S.
Agricultural Export Development Council, Baltimore, Maryland
(November 22, 1996).
“Conflict and Cooperation in National Competition for
High-Technology Industry,” presented to the National
Research Council, Washington, D.C. (October 17, 1996).
“Beyond the Phaseout of Quota& Risks and Opportunities
in the World Trading System for the Textile and Clothing
Industries,” presented to the International Textile
Manufacturers Federation, Washington, D.C. (September 23,
“American and Korean Interests in the Emerging World Trading
System,” presented to the U.S.- Korea High Technology
Forum Seoul, Korea (November 16, 1995).
“Your Role in International Trade7” presented
to the Association of General Counsel, Santa Fe, New Mexico
(October 12, 1995).
“Transmogrifying Government: International Trade,”
presented to the International Trade Forum of the National
Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C. (May 26, 1993).
“Toleration of Anticompetitive Practices by Foreign
Governments: Can Section 301 Be an Effective Weapon?”
presented to the International Law Section of the District of
Columbia Bar, Washington, D.C. (May 16, 1995).
“Role of the Antidumping Laws,” presented to the 1995
Annual Members’ Conference of the Steel Manufacturers
Association, Washington, D.C. (May 3, 1995).
“Competition Policy: Setting the New Trade Agenda,”
presented to the Washington International Trade Association,
Washington, D.C. (April 25, 1995).
“The Role of Congress in Defining America’s Trade
Interests,” presented to a symposium for Members of Congress
on “America’s Economic Future: Democracy, Trade and
Globalization,” Washington, D.C. (February 24, 1995).
“On America’s National Commercial Interest,” presented
to the Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College,
Hanover, New Hampshire (January 12, 1995).
“The Problems of Market Access in the Global Economy: Trade
and Competition Policy,” presented to the OECD Market Access
Roundtable, Paris, France (June 30, 1994).
“Restrictive Private Practices in Japan and the U.S.
Responses,” presented to the Japan Iron and Steel Importers’
Institute, Tokyo, Japan (June 7, 1994).
A number of articles and
papers presented by members of the Dewey Ballantine Trade
Group are available on the internet at: www.dbtrade.com or
Roundtable Discussion, Meeting of the 4th Annual Council of
Counsels, American Iron and Steel Institute, Washington, D.C.
“Next Steps on Trade: Comments from the World’s Trade
Policy Leaders,” introductory remarks prepared for the
meeting of the 1999 International Trade & Economic Policy
Forum, “The Crisis Continues:
Rethinking Globalization), Washington, D.C. (April 28,
Symposium on “The Tokyo Round GATT Trade Negotiations,”
Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D.C. (October 5,
Third Institute on Current Issues in International Trade and
Investment, co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce
and the George Washington University, Washington. D.C. (May
Asian Pacific American Bar Association of the Greater
Washington, D.C. Area concerning “Key International Trade
Issues Confronting the United States in Asia, Washington,
D.C., (March31, 1998).
“Dumping: Still a Problem in International Trade,”
presentation at the Trade Policy Forum, The Brookings
Institution, Washington, D.C. (November 13, 1997).
Presentation on U.S. trade policy toward Asia, meeting of the
Commission on U.S.-Pacific Trade and Investment Policy,
Washington, D.C. (May 24, 1996).
“Tools and Leverage,” presented at the Senate Finance
Committee Hearing on the WTO Dispute Settlement Review
Commission Act (5. 16), Washington, D.C. (May 10, 1995).