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The Next Wave of Globalization Must Focus on Labor Rights


One of the defining themes of the first half of this century will be the conflict between an increasingly globalized world of multinational corporations, borderless finance, worldwide supply chains and frontier-less consumer markets versus defendants of traditional national sovereignty fighting against the erosion of state power and the control that this had afforded to ordinary […]


Trump Kills the Trans-Pacific Pact and Why That is a Good Thing


One of the first Executive Orders signed by President Trump withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. Better known as simply “TPP” this mega-trade deal was a signature effort by President Obama to craft a free trade area around the Pacific that would exclude China, allow America and her partners to “set the […]


EU and US Experts Comment on TTIP


On the 23rd of May, I had the pleasure to attend the Georgetown Law International Trade Symposium in Brussels. The symposium was opened by the outgoing President of the European Commission, José Manuel Durão Barroso, and included panels on the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations and the application of the World Trade Organization’s Appellate […]


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