Vol. 23 No. 3
The boast that American workers are naturally superior to other workers and would therefore “win” in any fair competition is problematic at best and at worst, a pander to our national delusion of exceptionalism.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership could end up hurting the broader economic interests of both the U.S. and smaller Asian nations.
America needs to try something new when it comes to international trade.
Why are Obama trade negotiators pushing the extreme Trans-Pacific Partnership, and why is it being negotiated in such an untransparent manner?