Category: Trade Agreements
The Bank’s optimism about redistributiom is not unusual, for it suffers a seriously bad statistical habit: poverty denialism.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is as dangerous as ever
Not one immigration proposal in Congress in the quarter century since IRCA was passed has tried to come to grips with the policies that uprooted miners, teachers, tree planters, and farmers
An Australian mining company insists its “right” to a guaranteed profit is superior to the right of El Salvador to clean drinking water
Why do companies have the right to sue countries over environmental protection measures?
The Treaty of Lisbon establishes the condition to adhere to the European Union
On a practical level, one should wonder why national politicians in Europe keep making promises during their election campaigns knowing they have not the tools to do anything
Taking a page from their United States counterparts, European Union trade negotiators apparently interpret the word “consultation” as a synonym for “ignore”
Compared to 1994, the capacity of the South to resist the free trade project and come up with a trade paradigm with a different vision and based on different principles is greater today
Discussing the recent BRICS conference and the proposal to create a new development bank