The chapter begins with a very evocative and effective examples that underline just how connected the world is on a global scale. The WTO has an important role in all of this, and cannot be ignored when investigating the degree to which actions in one nation affects another nation or nations. Many consumer products have their parts produced in one nation, are shipped to another nation for assembly, and packaged in a third to be sold in a fourth. As the author notes, some products should say “Made in the World” to underline just how common this practice of interdependence is. Yet the WTO, the global organization tasked with ensuring that considerations are made across these trade practices. However, when the full scale production of these items are so convoluted, the task that the WTO now has becomes increasingly complicated. This has resulted in the idea that WTO law is not purely product focused and instead applies a broader scope of action to ensure that the WTO law is being followed. While to the observer the WTO seems invisible, but to nations and production companies, this organization is omnipresent. The ideals of the WTO would enjoy the fruits of interdependence, but the law of the organization has yet to catch up to modern manufacturing and consumer habits.