Mark Naftel – The Telecoms Trade War

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Author: Mark Naftel

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The Telecoms Trade War

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If one were to believe the politicians and pundits in the trade press,the world is in midst of a “telecoms revolution,” resulting from (the) deregulation and new competitive opportunities represented by the 1997 World Trade Organisation Agreement on Basic Telecommunications Services. This may be true. Unfortunately, however, the actions of many regulators and industry participants more accurately reveal not a telecoms “revolution” but instead a growing telecoms trade war that is dangerously close to spiralling out of hand.

Table Of Contents
PART I: ANALYTICAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORK
1: Telecoms Policy for the New Millennium
2: Why Restructure?
3: Analytical Framework
4: Evaluating Competition in a Post-WTO World
5: The WTO and the Reference Paper: An Ostensible Blueprint for Entry
PART II: US EFFORTS TO PROMOTE TELECOMS COMPETITION
6: From International Competitive Carrier Paradigm to Effective Competitive Opportunities: The FCC’s
International Policies Pre-WTO
7: US Policies Post-WTO Part I-Benchmarks and Entry Fees
8: US Policies Post-WTO Part 2-The Naked Politicisation of the American Legal System
9: “Do As I Say, Not As I Do”-US Efforts at Promoting Local Telecoms Competition
PART III: EUROPEAN EFFORTS TO PROMOTE TELECOMS COMPETITION
10: EU Foundations, Institutions and Policies
11: Europe’s First Steps Towards Telecoms Competition
12: Does the EU Regulatory Framework Work in the Market?
13: The EU Approach to the Internet and Data Protection
14: The EU’s 1999 Telecommunications Review
PART IV: CASE STUDIES IN REGULATORY CYNICISM
15: Case Study: Comparing the US and EU Approaches to Universal Service
16: Case Study: FCC’s International Spectrum Policies
17: Case Study: International Submarine Cable Landing Petitions
18: Case Study: International Mergers and Global Alliances
19: Conclusion: O Shame! Where is Thy Blush?

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