Starting from the contributions of Olivia Bonardi and Massimo Pallini, the essay analyses the possible repercussions of protectionist trade policies, envisaged and implemented over the last decade, on the delicate balance between trade liberalization and labour protection in the legal regulation of global trade. The AA. value the most recent developments in transnational legal systems towards a reasonable balance of conflicting interests, with particular attention to the external action of the European Union and the evolution of euro-unitary statutory law and case-law. The possible negative consequences of the so-called old-fashioned protectionism on the interests of workers are highlighted, supporting the importance of a legal framework that guarantees the reasonableness of unilateral measures for the protection of social issues and their justiciability in front of judicial bodies.
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