Issues / Trade
The TPP doesn’t just put jobs at risk. It rewrites the rules of business for big corporations—just ask Pope Francis.
The only people who get hurt if Congress slaps new trade sanctions on Iran are U.S. aviation companies.
Asia may turn out to be more receptive to Russian business
Two decades of high costs for Mexico's agriculture, economy, families, and environment
Critics of the TPP forged relationship with foreign allies, firmed up union positions, and forced some concessions on the secrecy of the text.
Rep. Bonior’s Historic NAFTA Speech Speaks Volumes Today
As President Obama tries to save the Trans-Pacific Partnership this week, debates over the goals of free trade intensifies.
As President Obama twists arms to pass “fast track,” a look back at the Democrats who helped Clinton win the bloody trade battle of 1993.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a comprehensive free trade and investment treaty currently being negotiated – practically in secret – between the European Union and the United States of America.
Congress and the Obama administration make clear they have not learned from two decades of failed trade policies and a devastating financial crisis in pushing the Trans-Pacific Partnership forward.