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Dirk Pulkowski, Legal Counsel, Permanent Court of Arbitration, The Hague
Dirk Pulkowski is a Legal Counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague, where he serves as registrar in arbitrations between states and investor-state arbitrations. Prior to joining the PCA, Mr Pulkowski worked as a lawyer at an international law firm in Brussels. Mr Pulkowski holds a doctoral degree from the University of Munich and an LL.M. degree from Yale Law School.
Table of Contents
Introduction - Is Culture One Thing and Trade Another? Part I: Three Dimensions of Regime Conflicts 1. Regime Conflicts as Legal Pluralism 2. Goal Conflicts between 'Cultural Diversity' and 'Free Trade' 3. Regime Conflicts as Power Struggle 4. Institutional Conflicts within WTO and UNESCO 5. Regime Conflicts as Rule Conflicts within the Law 6. Rule Conflicts among WTO Rules, the CDC, and Human Rights Part II: Managing Regime Conflicts 7. From Legal Unity to Regime Compatibility 8. Conflict Management through Legal Interpretation 9. Conflict Management through Priority Rules 10. Reconciling Market Access and Cultural Freedom