Category: Trade Agreements

Nick Dearden: ‘Brexit red lines’ – the most progressive terms possible for the UK’s exit from the EU

Labour is now opposing toxic trade deals, but what sort of trade do we want?

Tamara Pearson: Celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day Under the Shadow of a Giant Wall

Without NAFTA, Mexico could have had “European living standards today”

Manuel Perez-Rocha: Obama’s TPP Would Widen the Divide

What gives me hope is that citizens around the world know very well how damaging the free trade agenda is for people and the planet and that we are as ready as ever to take action.

George Monbiot: The transatlantic trade deal TTIP may be dead, but something even worse is coming

Corporate lobbyists and their captive governments try to wear down our resistance with one fake trade treaty after another

Joseph Stiglitz: Reform or Divorce in Europe

To say that the eurozone has not been performing well since the 2008 crisis is an understatement

Elias Ioakimoglou: Greece Was the Prologue

Austerity experiments in Greece set the stage for a radical restructuring of Europe by elites

Marc Norton: Trump and Manzanar

Manzanar, for those who may be a little sketchy on their history, is one of the internment camps set up by the federal government during World War II

Mark Weisbrot: Obama’s TPP campaign could drag down Democrats

One of the main purposes of the TPP is to bind the United States to a set of rules that our political leaders would have difficulty putting into law in the U.S.

Vandana Shiva: Free people from ‘dictatorship’ of 0.01%

The time is ripe for a planetary freedom movement that defends and protects the freedoms of all beings from this 0.01 percent

Joseph Stiglitz: Will Hillary Clinton Flip-Flop Again on TPP After Election Day?

Some of the worst provisions in there were not because our partners demanded it, it was because we demanded it

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