New flare-ups in old international trade grievances among aircraft manufacturers are raging again. If recent actions are a good indicator, they look unlikely to burn out anytime soon. But what if this time is different? What if—just, if—this is the last cathartic round of meaningless litigation in the otherwise never-ending World Trade Organization (WTO) disputes? Hope springs eternal, but it is not entirely unfounded. Just don’t hold your breath. December was ...

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