Large corporations — particulaly in oil, gas, mining, and land acquisition — dominate the table alongside the U.S. government in the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.
More than 100 Economists Call for Trans-Pacific Trade Deal to Allow Capital Controls to Prevent Crises
In advance of Trans-Pacific trade talks, over 100 economists are sending a letter today urging negotiators to promote global financial stability by allowing the use of capital controls.
There’s only one Colombian industry that can potentially employ workers who would lose their job in the wake of a free trade deal.
Scrapping tariffs can hurt poor farmers, and a deal with Colombia might boost coca production.
A new book on U.S. trade policy demonstrates that fast track is the wrong track.
Debunking the myth of free trade from the historical perspective demonstrates that there is an urgent need for thoroughly re-thinking some key conventional wisdom in the debate on trade policy, and more broadly on globalization.