President Donald Trump reportedly signed executive orders that will remove the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and start a renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). It increases the possibility that the Trump administration will deliver a fatal blow to neoliberal globalization. That such actions came
A recently released email shows Clinton Campaign Manager Robby Mook uncertain about her position less than a year before she reversed it.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign staff carefully tailored her remarks on TPP so she could eventually support it if elected president.
The debate focused on trade deals signed by the US and their effects on the country’s working class, particularly in swing states OH, MI, and PA.
Though opposition to TPP has typically focused on the threat of losing American jobs, another concern is coming front and center: loss of sovereignty.
In and out of office, Ken Salazar is a textbook corporate Democrat, with a particular interest in shilling for the energy industry.
McAuliffe, a longtime friend who served as a character witness for her in a convention speech, told reporters that Clinton actually supported TPP and would do so as president.
Earlier this year, some were surprised to see Project For The New American Century founder Robert Kagan endorsed Hillary Clinton. They shouldn’t have been.
Commerce Sec. Pritzker told the Council on Foreign Relations a controversial provision in the TPP was good because the US has prevailed every time.
In a craven attempt to win votes from autoworkers in Michigan, Hillary Clinton misrepresented Bernie Sanders’ position on the auto bailout.