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TTIP disappointment: ISDS-lite gets the nod in Strasbourg

Guy Taylor is up in arms over today’s TTIP vote in the European Parliament. 

Filed in: Trade

The great TTIP debate that never was

Nick Dearden explains how the pro-TTIP camp blocked a key vote in Strasbourg out of fear they were going to lose.

Filed in: Economics Trade

TTIP – now it gets political

John Hilary shows how dangerous TTIP could be - and just how light politicians are taking it.

Filed in: Economics Trade

People vs corporate power on Global Trade Day

Big business has co-opted democracy, says Morten Thaysen. Join protests across the globe on 18 April.

Filed in: Activism Democracy Politics Trade

The Trans-Pacific Partnership: let's not work together

Obama has chosen the wrong issue on which to embrace collaboration, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Trade United States

Arms trade treaty is just a fig leaf

New legislation won’t end arms sales to oppressors, but political will can, says Andrew Smith.

Filed in: Arms England Trade

Something myth-ing? What they don’t tell us about African agriculture

Ian Fitzpatrick on truths, lies and stereotypes.

Filed in: Africa Agriculture Poverty Trade

Thaw at last – Cuba and the US get talking

This week’s announcement by Obama and Castro is momentous. But getting rid of the embargo is unlikely to be swift or easy, writes Vanessa Baird.

Filed in: Cuba Politics Trade United States

Why has our government relaxed the criteria for granting arms exports?

Edward Robinson on how Britain has traded morals for money.

Filed in: Arms England Politics Trade

New trade agreements will TTIP us into powerlessness

And transnationals will take advantage, says Nick Dearden – just look at what’s happened in Canada. 

Filed in: Corporations Globalization Trade

Britain is all talk and no action on human rights

Andrew Smith deplores the government’s latest attempts to cosy up to Saudi Arabia.

Filed in: Arms England Saudi Arabia Trade

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