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The USMCA: New, Modestly Improved, but Still Costly

Mary E. Lovely|Jeffrey J. Schott|Peterson Institute For International Economics | 12/17/2019

President Donald Trump touts the newly revised United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) as the “most important trade deal” in history. The pact modernizes trading rules, and strengthens enforcement of labor and…

The Fifth Vote for Non-Delegation

Evan C. Zoldan | JURIST | 12/14/2019

The coming invigoration of the non-delegation doctrine, long-declared dead, is now nearly c...

Canadian Cheers Over Pending USMCA May be Short-lived

Steven Globerman, Addington Chair in Measurement, Professor Emeritus, Western Washington University | The Fraser Institute Blog | 12/11/2019

The WTO Dispute Settlement System – Closing Out 2019 and Implications for 2020

Terence P. Stewart | 12/09/2019

The week of December 2, 2019 saw WTO Members enga...

Power of connection: why the Russia–Europe gas trade is strangely untouched by politics

Andrew Moravcsik | Nature | 12/02/2019

Many people imagine that geopolit...

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