International Trade Law & Policy
Behind the International Trade Eight Ball, That’s Where
This article by Leila Aridi Afas and Evelyn Suarez first appeared in Global Trade Magazine on September 12, 2017.
Where would the United States be without its Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)? The short answer is left behind. We will explain. Continue reading
This article by Evelyn Suarez first appeared on May 9th at Adam Smith Project.
WTO’s trade facilitation deal has sweeping potential but needs public and private buy-in
It was big news, at least in international trade circles, when after 10 years of negotiations, the World Trade Organization finalized a Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) at its Ministerial Conference in Bali Dec. 7, 2013.
Originally published on the WIIT blog on July 6, 2016. Written by Evelyn M. Suarez and Seth Goldschlager.
TTIP was already in trouble because neither the U.S. nor Europeans took seriously the perfect storm that was brewing.
The news from the UK was hardly announced when Jose Bové, the French agri-activist and Euro MP, who earned his first Luddite stripes through media-savvy trashing of McDonalds and then GMO test beds in France, couldn’t contain his glee. Continue reading