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Friend-Shoring: What Biden Wants to Achieve by Trading with Allies Rather than Rivals

Karen Jackson & Oleksandr Shepotylo | The Conversation | 03/20/2024

The tendency to move production and trade away from countries considered to be political rivals or national security risks and towards allies, so-called “friend-shoring”, is a hot topic among economists….

USMCA: One Year Later

Helen Mann | Shipping Solutions | 07/12/2021

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) went into effect just over one year ago, repl...

Ending the Race to the Bottom

Tom Conway | United Steelworkers | 05/31/2021

Chris Reisinger and his co-workers recently added a third daily shift at the Metal Te...

Addressing Trade and Climate Change through a ‘Simple Amendment’ in USMCA

Risa Schwartz | International Economic Law and Policy Blog | 05/17/2021

Ambassador K...

USMCA – Last Of Its Kind?

Michael Anderson | Caitlyn Hendricks | USMCA | 04/06/2021

The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) may be the last U.S. comprehensive ...


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