What actions can countries take in the name of national security, even if it violates their WTO commitments?
Juncker came to DC and became Trump's little "surrender monkey."
That's forcing a choice between the crumbling institutions of the West and the growing influence and prowess of the East
If hypocrisy is involved here, it is patently that of the Trump administration
Either he doesn't know what he's doing or he's outright trying to he hostile to the rest of the world
Emmanuel Macron is calling the U.S. decision to levy tariffs on the European Union “illegal” and a “mistake”
Trump apparently doesn't understand that you can't preserve your partnerships when you ignore or even trample on them
For America, the goal is America’s global hegemony at all costs. For everyone else, there's crumbs
Moscow says it has every right to embargo EU pork in retaliation for the EU's anti-Russian sanctions
Mark this one up as another death blow to the anti-Russian sanctions regimes
Tuesday marks the fifth anniversary of Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) on August 22, 2012.
It's a matter of consensus versus coercion.
Members of the WTO, including Brazil, Japan, and the EU, raise red flags as the United States intervenes in the work of the global trade court.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s appeal to the World Trade Organization (WTO) for help against sanctions imposed by Russia is no more than a joke given...
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