Topic: TPP

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How 'America First' Ends Up Helping China

All at the expense of the United States. In his State of the Union address, Donald Trump warned grimly of “rivals like China and Russia th...   [ continue reading...]

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From Sewer Socialism to Server Socialism: Appalachia’s Internet Revolution

MCDONALD, TENN.—Life in the small unincorporated community of McDonald, which sits among the rolling rivers and smoky mountain ridges of Appalachia, was s...   [ continue reading...]

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TPP corporate power grab is back — and as bad as ever

Duncan RodenFebruary 3, 2018In Tokyo on January 24, 11 Pacific Rim countries including Australia reached an agreement to sign a revived Trans-Pacific Partnershi...   [ continue reading...]

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The State of the Union: What Wasn’t Said

President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address last night was remarkable for two reasons: for what he said, and for what he didn’t say. T...   [ continue reading...]

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Code Review Isn't Evil. Security Through Obscurity Is.

On January 25th, Reuters reported that software companies like McAfee, SAP, and Symantec allow Russian authorities to review their source code, and that "this p...   [ continue reading...]

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The zombie TPP is back

Eleven Pacific Rim countries, including Australia, reached a deal to resurrect the Trans-Pacific Partnership.Jane KelseyJanuary 26, 2018OK, it’s (almost)...   [ continue reading...]

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How NAFTA Is Making Our Food and Water Much Less Healthy

Click here for reuse options! A system that allows foreign investors to sue countries is terrible for human rights...   [ continue reading...]

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Donald Trump Tweets While America's International Reputation Burns

How to build a wall and lose an empire. As 2017 ended with billionaires toasting their tax cuts and energy executives cheering their unfettered access to...   [ continue reading...]

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How Closed Trade Deals Ratchet Up the Copyright Term Worldwide

We're taking part in Copyright Week, a series of actions and discussions supporting key principles that should guide copyright policy. Every day this week, vari...   [ continue reading...]

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Oprah Winfrey for President? The Idea Reveals an Uncomfortable Truth

During the 2016 elections, Democrats insisted that competency is essential in any presidential candidate. That is sounding more than a little hypocritical now...   [ continue reading...]

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Argentinian Government Bans Civil Society Organizations From Attending Upcoming WTO Ministerial Meeting

The World Trade Organization (WTO), the multilateral global trade body that has almost all countries as members, has been eyeing an expansion of its work on dig...   [ continue reading...]

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Tillerson Facing Internal Dissent at State Department Over Refusal to Enforce Child Soldiers Law

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington, DC, November 20, 2017. (Photo: Saul Loeb / AFP / Ge...   [ continue reading...]

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TPP, Indo Pacific, QUAD: What’s Next to Contain China’s Rise?

After throwing Obama’s TPP out of the window, Asia experts in Washington were busy looking for alternatives to TPP which excluded China. Lo and behold, th...   [ continue reading...]

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What's the Republicans' Game Plan for 2018 Elections?

With the recent election results, Republicans will have to reevaluate their kowtowing to Trump. It profits a man nothing to give his soul for the whole wo...   [ continue reading...]

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Time for Costly Medicine Monopolies to Go From TPP Trade Talks

The latest plan to get the controversial trade deal up and running again after the withdrawal of the United States involves freezing some of its controversial r...   [ continue reading...]

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Despite A Victory on IP, the TPP's Resurgence Hasn't Cured Its Ills

Ever since the United States withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) back in January, the remaining eleven countries have been quietly...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's Pick for Top Environmental Job Has Said Some Really Nutty Things About Climate Change

Kathleen Hartnett White's comments are pretty extreme, even for a fossil fuel-loving climate denier. From EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and Interior Secr...   [ continue reading...]

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Defending Users in NAFTA 2.0: Who Are We Up Against?

After three rounds of negotiations, with a fourth coming up fast, we are still in the early days of NAFTA 2.0. In particular, the fight over copyright in NAFTA...   [ continue reading...]

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How Hillary Lost: The Big Factors That Cost Her the Election

Ambivalence on the issues cost Hillary dearly. Hillary Clinton’s tragic 2016 campaign faced withering criticism in the press, social media, and now,...   [ continue reading...]

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The World Doesn’t Care About TPP

AP Photo/Rick Rycroft Kazuyoshi Umemoto, Japan's chief negotiator, left, other member of the Japanese delegation, makes remarks during the opening ple...   [ continue reading...]

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