Tag Archives: trade

America’s Home-Made Raw Deal for Workers

Successive U.S. administrations have said the right things on helping workers deal with globalization, but not acted.

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Japan & Trump: Now What?

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Despite Trump in the White House, Japan aims to get the TPP anyway and keep U.S. troops in the country too. Is that realistic?

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Merkel’s Decision to Back Cameron is Rooted in History

Germany needs the UK as part of the EU’s dynamic core.

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Barack Obama a “Progressive”?  Teddy Roosevelt Wouldn’t Agree

On Obama’s awkward efforts to defend his trade strategy.

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TTIP: Transatlantic Blues?

The TTIP negotiators have lost their way. Time for a reset.

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9 Facts: Why Is the United States Trading Less With Africa?

The United States is the only major economy that trades less with Africa now than six years ago.

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Of Textiles and Tariffs

Lower tariffs could make quite a difference for the high-end fashion industry and for brand-conscious fashionistas.

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The Ancient Silk Road: What and Where It Was

A network that once carried gems, spices and silk now carries electronics.

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China as Netanyahu’s New Friend

China’s economic and strategic footprint in Israel is growing.

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America’s Proposed TPP: Buyer Beware

Pacific-rim nations to get astonishingly small gains from the deal, while exposing themselves to high risks.

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