Globalization

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In a historical moment characterized by volatility—financial markets, food prices, extreme weather, war, forced migrations—the need for international norms that promote peace, stability and well-being couldn’t be more pressing.

Whose Century Is It?: The Trans-Pacific Partnership, Food and the “21st-Century Trade Agreement”

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, Food and the “21st-Century Trade Agreement”

Tar sands, trade rules and the gutting of human rights for corporate profit

While energy sources evolve, one trend remains constant: The protection of corporate profits at the expense of human rights, sovereignty and the environment.

Leaked document reveals US-EU trade agreement threatens public health, food safety

A leaked document released by IATP reveals public health and food safety could be at risk in the U.S.-EU trade agreement, according to an accompanying analysis.

10 reasons TTIP is bad for good food and farming

TTIP is bad for good food and farming around the world and here are 10 reasons why.

WTO impasse: Who is looking out for the public good?

The General Council of the WTO (its primary decision-making body) concluded its last meeting before the summer recess yesterday without signing the trade facilitation agreement (TFA).




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