Category: Trade Agreements

Rubrick Biegon: Trump’s “War on Trade” in the Americas

Will Trump’s mercantilist approach to trade threaten a more coercive economic regime, or will it follow traditional conservative trade policy?

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Noam Chomsky: Undermining Our Survival: Daniel Falcone Interviews Noam Chomsky

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.

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Patrick Bond: G20 threat to Africa

At the World Economic Forum-Africa, Germany pitched a dubious new G20 corporate strategy

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Dean Baker: Trade Denialism Continues

Trade Really Did Kill Manufacturing Jobs

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Serge Halimi: Why Europe Fails to Learn

Europe’s peoples reject free trade, yet the European parliament has just approved a new free trade agreement

Leo Gerard: Trading Rules for Workers

Workers need a seat at the table when the new rules for trade and restoring American manufacturing are written

Suzanne Simon: Trump’s Mexico High: Drugs, Migration, and NAFTA

Mexico and Mexicans are not the cause of U.S. economic or social problems. The one percent – like Trump and his cohort – are

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Mark Weisbrot: No wall could hurt Mexico as much as NAFTA has

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

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Jack Rasmus: Despite Scrapping TPP, Donald Trump Is a Dedicated Free Trader

Whether multi or bilateral, free trade is free trade, and workers, consumers and the environment pay for the profits of corporations

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Patrick Bond: Will Washington’s new pro-Moscow, anti-Beijing gang drive a wedge through the BRICS in 2017?

Many societies’ resistance politics reflects a much broader, deeper capacity to link up than ever before: within the BRICS, the US and internationally

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