Category: Trade Agreements
Will Trump’s mercantilist approach to trade threaten a more coercive economic regime, or will it follow traditional conservative trade policy?
Right now, the United States is supporting Saudi Arabian military attacks and a famine policy—a starvation policy—overt policy of starvation in Yemen that is going to kill tens of thousands of people; it already is, in fact.
At the World Economic Forum-Africa, Germany pitched a dubious new G20 corporate strategy
Trade Really Did Kill Manufacturing Jobs
Europe’s peoples reject free trade, yet the European parliament has just approved a new free trade agreement
Workers need a seat at the table when the new rules for trade and restoring American manufacturing are written
Mexico and Mexicans are not the cause of U.S. economic or social problems. The one percent – like Trump and his cohort – are
It is the long-term damage that Washington has helped visit upon the Mexican economy that has brought us to the point where a U.S. president could even propose such a monstrosity
Whether multi or bilateral, free trade is free trade, and workers, consumers and the environment pay for the profits of corporations
Many societies’ resistance politics reflects a much broader, deeper capacity to link up than ever before: within the BRICS, the US and internationally