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In a historical moment characterized by volatility—financial markets, food prices, extreme weather, war, forced migrations—the need for international norms that promote peace, stability and well-being couldn’t be more pressing.

UN Human Rights Council Takes on Corporations

The UN’s Human Rights Council passes a resolution for a binding International treaty to regulate human rights violations of transnational corporations.

10 reasons TTIP is bad for good food and farming

TTIP is bad for good food and farming around the world and here are 10 reasons why.

The anti-localization agenda in TTIP

The proposed U.S.-EU trade agreement could halt or reverse localization efforts while tilting the scales further into the interests of global corporations.

Transatlantic dialogue between legislators on TTIP in the European Parliament

A window of opportunity for dialogue between U.S. and EU legislators.

States get proactive on trade agreements: The Maine model

Maine's Citizen Trade Policy Commission is taking a proactive approach to the dilemma of top-down, secret-process trade agreements.







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