Outsourcing the Friedman Outsourcing the Friedman

Thomas Friedman hasn't been this worked up about free trade since the anti-World Trade Organization protests in Seattle.

Mar 4, 2004 / Column / Naomi Klein

Trade Wins Trade Wins

Paul Wellstone would have loved the turn the race for the Democratic presidential nomination has taken.

Feb 19, 2004 / Editorial / John Nichols

The New American Century The New American Century

A call to global activists meeting in India.

Jan 22, 2004 / Books & the Arts / Arundhati Roy

The Trouble With CAFTA The Trouble With CAFTA

CAFTA promises to extend the harmful impacts of NAFTA to Mexico's weaker southern neighbors.

Jan 16, 2004 / Feature / Mark Engler

‘Soft Multilateralism’ ‘Soft Multilateralism’

You can't go home again.

Jan 15, 2004 / Feature / Immanuel Wallerstein

The View From Mexico The View From Mexico

This past November, along with six other members of the US Congress, I visited Mexico on a Teamsters-sponsored trip in order to assess what NAFTA has done to Mexico.

Jan 15, 2004 / Feature / Sen. Bernie Sanders

NAFTA at 10 NAFTA at 10

Where do we go from here?

Jan 15, 2004 / Feature / Jeff Faux

A Spectacular Success? A Spectacular Success?

On the tenth anniversary of the NAFTA accord, mainstream media accounts have voiced muted disappointment with its relatively meager effects.

Jan 15, 2004 / Column / Eric Alterman

Fiasco in Miami Fiasco in Miami

It was as though US and Brazilian trade negotiators feared that if they spent one more minute in Miami, the fragile image of harmony they have struggled to project would shatter...

Nov 26, 2003 / Editorial / Sarah Anderson

Trade Ministers Get Out of Dodge Trade Ministers Get Out of Dodge

The final FTAA declaration essentially lays out a road map for a free-trade non-agreement.

Nov 21, 2003 / Feature / Sarah Anderson