Sustainable Development and International Economic Law

  • Anuj Vishwakarma
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  • Anuj Vishwakarma

    Student at School of Law, KIIT, Bhubaneswar, India

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Sustainable development is the need of the current era. It will essentially be a farce if the author says that environment is more important that money and that we will have a good enough life even if we have no money or a weak economy but a wholesome environment. Such a viewpoint of giving precedence to one factor over other is impractical. This is well acknowledged at all levels of governance, even international law. Many international economic instruments and institutions including WTO talk about sustainable development. The researcher has hereby analyzed the same and how the ongoing pandemic has changed the international mechanism of moving forward with the sustainable development goals.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 300 -312


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