Joseph F. Turcotte, PhD

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New @IPilogue post: ‘Going the Way of the Doha? The TPP and Contested Intellectual Property and International Trade Linkages’

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“It has been nearly twenty years since the Uruguay Round of World Trade Organization (WTO) trade talks that created the Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement. In the intervening decades, multilateral trade negotiations have stalled and international agreements relating to intellectual property (IP) law have trended towards bi- and plurilateral levels. And, if the late 2013 Wikileaks of a draft copy of the ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations is any indication, the TRIPS Agreement might remain the high-water mark for international IP coordination for the foreseeable future.”

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