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International trade news and analysis from The Nation
March 29, 2017
Has Trump Opened the Door to the Mexican Left?
Resistance to his bigotry and deportations is converging with growing opposition to NAFTA and neoliberalism.
March 16, 2017
Trump Is Fighting a New Trade War—and This One Is Intramural
A nasty White House battle has broken out between right-wing nationalists and globalist financiers.
March 3, 2017
Everything Trump Did in His 6th Week That Really Matters
Behind the scenes, a lot happened this week at several federal agencies.
February 13, 2017
Is Trump Headed for a War With China?
The brewing conflict in the South China Sea could become the next Cuban missile crisis.
February 1, 2017
The History of the State Department’s Dissent Channel—and How Trump Is Trying to Squelch It
If the administration continues this crackdown, we may soon find out what a nation without career diplomats looks like.
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January 30, 2017
John Kerry Was One of the Most Significant Secretaries of State in the Last 50 Years
Can his legacy survive the Trump administration?
January 25, 2017
Trump Did Not Fulfill His Day-One Promise to Drain the Swamp
The president has signed a lot of executive orders—but not this one.
January 24, 2017
Why Trump’s Con Can’t Last Forever
Trump has shown himself a master at populist stunts, but it won’t be long before working people catch on to his game.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
January 24, 2017
Trump Finished Off the TPP, but What Is His Real Trade Agenda?
Spoiler alert: The details are very fuzzy.
January 9, 2017
Trump Could Be the Most Hostile American President the UN Has Ever Faced
Plus, there’s a Republican-led Congress itching to diminish the role of the organization and bankrupt many of its programs.