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International trade news and analysis from The Nation
December 22, 2016
Trump Kicks Off the Return of the Czars
Republicans had a huge problem with Obama’s “czars.” Will they say anything now? (Spoiler: no.)
December 5, 2016
Iran, Angered Over Obama’s Renewal of Sanctions, Braces for Trump
Nothing would please Tehran’s hard-liners more than for the new US president to push Iran back into confrontational mode.
November 30, 2016
In Carrier Deal, Trump Is Taking Credit for Some Blatant Crony Capitalism
Trump promised to get tough with companies that offshore jobs. He never said anything about buying them off with our tax dollars.
November 23, 2016
Democrats: Revoking Trump’s Fast-Track Trade Authority Is Good Policy and Good Politics
Trump doesn’t need fast track to accomplish bilateral deals, but he could use it to dole out corporate favors.
November 15, 2016
How to Make Technology Actually Work for Workers
Rather than speeding offshoring and making workers redundant, technology can be a means of organizing and empowering them.
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November 10, 2016
This Trade Deal Would Make It a Whole Lot Harder to Fight Climate Change
If the Trade in Services Agreement passes, individual countries wouldn’t be able to prioritize building a clean-energy infrastructure over fossil fuels.
November 8, 2016
No Honeymoon for Hillary
If Clinton wins, she’ll inherit massive public anger unless she fights for progressive changes on trade and industrial policy.
October 13, 2016
Donald Trump’s Apocalypse Is a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Whatever happens in November, the forecast is more stormy weather ahead.
October 11, 2016
Think the US Is the Foremost Global Superpower? Think Again
Welcome to a multipolar world.
September 30, 2016
My Post-Debate Blues, or, How a Rude Egomaniac Has Effectively Channeled Working-Class Anger
In his clumsy way, Trump is defining a new industrial policy and exposing the stupidity of American “exceptionalism.”