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  • 12 Mar 2020
    Francine McKenzie

    GATT: A Despised Do-Gooding Organization

    The World Trade Organization has always had more critics than champions.  These days, the charges that are made against the WTO include that it has overstepped its authority, that it impedes the ability of members to set their own trade policies, and, paradoxically, that it has been unable to deal effectively with China.  The recent […]

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  • 25 Feb 2019
    Frank J. Garcia

    Consent and Coercion in Trump’s Trade Policy

    Frank J. Garcia, author of Consent and Trade, on US trade policy under the leadership of Donald Trump

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  • 15 Aug 2014
    Joseph Michael Finger

    Can the WTO Be Both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

    Joseph Michael Finger, who wrote the introduction to Robert Hudec's classic Developing Countries in the GATT Legal System, discusses how the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) tears developing countries apart—with a unique comparison to Robert Louis Stevenson.

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  • 20 Oct 2013
    Pascal Lamy being interviewed by Philip Collins at The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival 2013.
    Chris B.

    The Cheltenham Consensus

    Publicist Chris B. joins Pascal Lamy former Director-General of the World Trade Organization, as he attends The Times Cheltenham Literature Festival to talk about his book The Geneva Consensus.

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