Category: Trade Agreements

George Monbiot: Resisting Resistance

A US-UK trade deal threatens to export the horrors of US corporate livestock production

Jack Rasmus: Breibart Billionaire Board Bashes Bannon

In the months ahead the Republican wing—for whom Trump has nicely delivered in the form of tax cuts in the trillions of dollars and with whom Trump is now playing ball with regard to free trade—will circle the wagons on behalf of Trump. The Republican party wing of the elite don’t want to drive Trump from the White House

John Feffer: Trump’s New Blame Game

Fresh off an Asia trip where he showed surprising deference to dictators, Trump looks ready to start a renewed assault on critics at home

Arthur Stamoulis: NAFTA Talks: What’s the Deal?

The danger here is that corporate “modernization” proposals that make NAFTA even worse for working people at home and abroad will continue to be agreed to quickly

Kevin Zeese: Increasing Pressure on NAFTA

This is the time to be strong and persistent in our demand for an end to NAFTA and a new era of positive trade

Robin Hahnel: The Left, the Right, and Globalization

All of the grand neoliberal transformations of the international economy over the past three decades are about increasing international protection for intellectual property rights and making it easier for financial capital and productive facilities to relocate anywhere they choose

George Monbiot: Game of Chicken

Enhanced global trade now threatens our health, our sovereignty, our democracy

Yves Engler: ‘Free trade’ trumps Canadian law

Two weeks ago the worst fear of Canadian opponents of neoliberal ‘free trade’ agreements came true

Pete Dolack: Making NAFTA Worse

“Free trade” agreements have very little to do with trade and much to do with imposing corporate wish lists

John Feffer: Good Deals on Diplomacy?

From North Korea to Russia to the Middle East, there’s no shortage of deal-making needed. But beware the fine print of anything with Trump’s insignia

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