The negotiations and the sales push behind Washington's latest (and biggest) "free trade" agreement amounts to Kabuki theater. And what a phenomenal show!
Corporations may still be considered people under U.S. domestic law -- but under American trade policy, they get far more rights than almost everyone else.
President Barack Obama's fast-track trade bill cleared a key procedural hurdle Tuesday in the Senate, all but ensuring it will win final passage this week and be sent to the White House for his signature.
Trying to salvage President Barack Obama's trade agenda, Republican leaders in Congress plan to vote again Thursday on legislation giving the president fast-track negotiating authority.
With the full corporate establishment onboard the TPP, its passage was a done deal. Except for one unforeseen obstacle: you.
Hillary Clinton waded into the increasingly intense fight among Democrats over trade on Sunday, saying President Barack Obama should listen to critics of a proposed Pacific trade deal.
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The authority would allow the president to submit a negotiated pact knowing that Congress must vote it up or down with no amendments.