The Houston Journal of International Law in collaboration with the University of Houston Law Center’s Initiative on Global Law and Policy for the Americas (GLPA) presents Volume 45 Issue 1. The articles in this issue stem from presentations during a webinar series in 2021 on Constitutionalism, Trade, Social Justice, and Sustainability in the Americas: Lessons from the 2020 Global Pandemic and a follow-up webinar event in 2022 on Global Challenges, Local Solutions: Supply Chains, Sustainability, and Governance, hosted by GLPA and the University of Bologna Center for Latin American Studies. Included in the issue are four pieces: Global Challenges, Local Solutions: An Introduction to New Perspectives to International and Comparative Law by Professor Elizabeth Trujillo and Professor Sabrina Ragone; The (New) Role of the WTO in Vaccine Distribution and Equity by Professor Gabrielle Z. Marceau, PhD, and Mishael M. Wambua; International Economic Law for Post-Covid Latin America: An Agenda for Recovery by René Urueña; and COVID-19, Social Justice, and Institutional Deficit in the Americas by Alberto Abad Suárez Ávila. We hope you enjoy.
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