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Free Trade news and analysis from The Nation
March 23, 2021
Ambassador Rahm Emanuel? No, No, a Thousand Times No!
His Chicago record is disqualifying, as is his history of dogmatic advocacy for neoliberal trade policies that harm workers and human rights.
January 13, 2021
Trump Will Be Gone Soon. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Democracy will not survive if we don’t change the ruinous establishment policies—by both parties—that brought the country to this moment.
Robert L. Borosage
June 2, 2020
5 Ways to Rebuild Labor and Transform America
The economic fallout from Covid-19 has created an opening for unions to lead a mass movement.
Bill Fletcher Jr.
May 20, 2020
The Lunacy of Global Seafood Supply Chains
Scenes from a pandemic: 8
Jennifer C. Berkshire
January 24, 2020
This Lunar New Year, Demand Solidarity
As tension with China continues to mount, it’s time for Chinese Americans to become a more powerful force for progressive change.
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January 15, 2020
Bernie Sanders Won’t Play Your Game
Instead of accepting Trump’s trade deal and compromises on saving the planet, Sanders said in Tuesday’s debate, “We need some corporate responsibility here.”
November 29, 2019
20 Years After Seattle, the Clash of Globalizations Rages On
Alter-globalization is back— but this time, it’s coming from both the left and the right.
November 18, 2019
Can ‘Climate Sanctions’ Save the Planet?
Economic pressure can be a force for environmental good—if it targets companies, not countries.
November 13, 2019
The UN Goes to Davos
Corporate influence over the humanitarian sector has a long and compromised history. Call it UN, Inc.
October 25, 2019
Coffee Prices Have Collapsed, Threatening the Livelihood of Millions Across the Global South
Why aren’t big importers like Starbucks doing something to help the small farmers and workers who are the backbone of their multibillion-dollar businesses?