Are there the new possibilities for grassroots international labor, peace, immigration and environmental cooperation and solidarity in a city-to-city relationship?
The campaign against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement is picking up steam. TPP FTA is aimed at a tariff-free pacific rim, backed up by an extreme intellectual property rights protection agenda.
What do these two seemingly different events - the recent China trade deal and the Occupy movement - have in common?
The U.S.-Colombia free trade pact would reinforce a system that leaves farmers and consumers at the mercy of volatile prices and markets.
It is unconscionable to blame and persecute Mexican and other immigrants who are forced to migrate because of trade policies that our own government has so forcefully promoted.
It would be hard to avoid admiring this ground-breaking documentary.
I fail to see how trade sanctions on Chinese manufacturing will do much to help U.S. workers and jobs - but the rise of labor in China could do just that.
A new wave of land takeovers by international monopoly capital is taking place.
The announcement in December of a deal to end the so called "Banana Wars" is not unqualified good news. Instead, it should instruct us as to the nature of so called "free" trade.