U.S. Trade Strategy: Free Versus Fair
by Daniel W. Drezner
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations Press 2006
Number of pages: 146
Trade is an issue of growing importance that lies at the intersection of two of the biggest concerns facing the American people: the economy and foreign policy. Today, trade policy affects more issues on the U.S. political agenda than ever before; at the same time, the decisions Washington makes have a great impact on the United States and the world.
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