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Learning from Intellectual Property: Operationalizing Multilateral Agreements Domestically to Protect the Environment, Part III - Georgetown International Environmental Law Review

Learning from Intellectual Property: Operationalizing Multilateral Agreements Domestically to Protect the Environment, Part III

By Utsav Gupta, Staff Contributor

The world has witnessed an unprecedented growth in an international intellectual property regime. 2.346 more words

A full-service contrarian, Hillary Clinton would be an awful President too, politics, essay, campaign 2016

Good God, H. Clinton never once voted against a single thing Bush wanted.  As Secretary of State she continued the work her husband had started as a member of the tri-lateral commission:  taking over the world.  243 more words

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What is Free Trade?

Free trade is when countries can buy and sell with other countries without any restrictions or barriers to trade such as tariffs, quotas or embargo’s. The countries in the EU practice free trade with each other, as do the countries in NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement): USA, Canada and Mexico.

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The TPP conference call

Many people are puzzled why President Obama is behind another Free-Trade agreement, this one called the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) which would eliminate our import taxes to countries like Japan, Vietnam, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Chile, and Canada. 1.115 more words

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Fight the Power: Asian trade pact is a license to kill American jobs

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Just as there is no such thing as free lunch, there is no such thing as win-win “free” trade agreement. The North American Free Trade Agreement foisted on American workers in the early 1990s taught us that. 277 more words

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