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Rapports organisation mondiale du commerce/Organisation pour l'harmonisation en Afrique du droit des affaires. Contribution à l'étude du processus de mondialisation des rapports économiques et commerciaux.

Abstract : The process of globalization has led to the emergence of new players' international organizations- giving thus a new configuration to the international relations. Globalization can be defined as a multidimensional process characterized by the interdependence in all the areas and leading to an increasing competition. It is the manifestation of international liberalism which is currently the dominant ideology. This process implies the existence of a world without borders which ends the myth of the territory as the main framework of international relations. State is no longer considered as the major player on its own territory. Rather, new policies that include non state players are needed. The WTO and the OHADA are two main players in this process at different levels: the first at the international level, the second at the regional level. Are these two organizations contradictory or complementary? In other words, do they interact? Is the principle of self-assertion of the superiority of traditional international or universal law applicable to them? Does the competition that may occur between them lead to a peaceful or a conflicting coexistence? These are the main issues that the present study will try to tackle.
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Hamzata Haidara. Rapports organisation mondiale du commerce/Organisation pour l'harmonisation en Afrique du droit des affaires. Contribution à l'étude du processus de mondialisation des rapports économiques et commerciaux.. Droit. Université Nancy 2, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009NAN20013⟩. ⟨tel-01752969⟩

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