From para. 7.498 of the Colombia - Ports of Entry WTO panel decision, circulated Monday:
In any cases where a measure may violate a particular provision of the WTO Agreements, a number of exceptions – notably those included in Article XX of the GATT 1994 – allow WTO Members to justify a WTO-inconsistent measure.
Is the Panel's view that Article XX offers an exception to agreements other than the GATT? Or am I reading too much into this?
ADDED: Perhaps I should clarify this: I meant WTO agreements other than the GATT, rather than any and all international agreements.