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International trade news and analysis from The Nation
May 20, 2020
The Lunacy of Global Seafood Supply Chains
Scenes from a pandemic: 8
Jennifer C. Berkshire
April 8, 2020
China Is Going to Be a Republican Wedge Issue
While Trump is already using China as a scapegoat for his failures on Covid-19, progressives have their own reasons to push for a new foreign policy.
March 3, 2020
What Does Hollywood Lose When It Works With China?
They may fight over censorship and trade, but the biggest players all want the same thing: movies that make as much money as possible.
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.
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.”
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December 31, 2019
The Global Garbage Economy Begins (and Ends) in This Senegalese Dump
How Dakar’s trash depot became a battleground for Chinese industry, the World Bank, and Senegalese organized labor.
Katie Jane Fernelius
December 9, 2019
RIP, World Trade Organization?
The United States was hostile to the WTO for years. Then came Donald Trump.
Todd N. Tucker
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 6, 2019
Pro-Brexit Sentiment Is Still Strong in a Region That Stands to Lose the Most From It
In Sunderland, which has borne austerity cuts on top of the ravages of a neoliberal economy, this is one more issue on which people’s voices aren’t being heard.