As leaders gather in Los Angeles, a reflection on the past two decades of battles against neoliberalism and for a more just and equitable alternative in the Americas.
Mexico and many other countries are facing anti-democratic corporate lawsuits like the case that pushed Khan to withdraw from international investment agreements.
Mexican GM workers, after years of living in fear, are now feeling their own power.
To end neoliberalism and defend energy resources, Andres Manuel López Obrador must step up and avoid the inclusion of supranational arbitration mechanisms in a renegotiated FTA with the European Union.
Under U.S. trade agreements, corporations are suing developing country governments for sums that far outstrip the value of humanitarian aid.
Even if governments agree to suspend patent protections for vaccines, corporations can fight back with expensive lawsuits.
Para que México despierte de la pesadilla neoliberal y poder garantizar la soberanía nacional, es imperioso reformar sus TLC y TBI.
Malaysian economist Martin Khor was one of the world’s leading advocates of policies to reduce economic disparities within and between nations.
The U.S. Senate has just approved a deal that perpetuates the excessive powers of corporate polluters to ride roughshod over Mexican communities threatened by oil, mining, and gas projects.
Twenty years after Seattle, we are still working towards a progressive trade agenda that protects people and planet.
NAFTA 2.0 simply locks in existing drives toward ecological collapse and social inequality. A better deal would put people — and nature — first.
As NAFTA 2.0 hangs in balance, U.S. and Canadian organizations recommend new rules for future trade agreements that prioritize people and planet, not corporations.
Manuel Perez-Rocha discusses Trump’s plan to impose progressively increasing tariffs on Mexico, the second largest importer of U.S. goods.