- Roderick Abbott on how to revive Doha with some chance of success. He argues that “WTO members need to go back to the drawing board to come up with alternative approaches to the negotiations.”
- Peter Sutherland on a future for the WTO
- Peter Kleen compares the Uruguay Round and the Doha Round. He concludes that “negotiating trade agreements must remain the raison d’etre of the WTO, no matter how complicated it has become. Such negotiations, however, could take a less ambitious and more incremental form than these big rounds and must be able to muster support from the global business community if trade liberalisation is to continue advancing.”
- Stuart Harbinson on the main issues for a conclusion of the Doha Round
Here is a blog post about the need to finish the Doha Round by 2011.