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From the Ashes: Potential Deals for President Obama And GOP after the Mid-Terms


The Democratic Party performed poorly in the mid-term election, losing control of the Senate which it had held since 2007. The GOP won all 13 of their contested seats as well as picking up 8 seats[1] from Democratic incumbents; this will allow the Republicans to hold a 3-vote majority in the Senate at the commencement […]


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 […]


Georgetown Law in Brussels


Common Sense is proud to be attending the Georgetown University Law Center’s International Trade Program on May 22nd in Brussels. 13:30-14:15 Keynote Address: José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission 14:15-15:45 WTO Dispute Resolution and the Implications of the Appellate Body’s Report on Seals Moderator: Nan Hunter, Georgetown Law Associate Dean for Graduate Programs […]


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