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Meet the Speaker with Chad Broughton

On January 20, 2015, the World Affairs Council welcomed Chad Broughton from the University of Chicago to discuss the topic of globalization and US-Mexico relations. Before this public program, the Education Program organized a Meet the Speaker gathering for local Bay Area students who had the chance to meet Chad Broughton and ask him questions about his career and this particular field. 402 more words

Meet The Speaker

Pertumbuhan Ekonomi Dunia yang Lambat Ancaman Terbesar Global

Washington, (Analisa). Pada saat Forum Ekonomi Dunia (WEF) dimulai di Davos, globalisasi menghadapi masalah pertumbuhan yang lambat, yang memicu sentimen anti-global pada bagian penting dunia, Kamis (21/1). 296 more words


Ted Cruz: Drilling Domestically Will Bring Back Jobs Lost to NAFTA

At the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention in Myrtle Beach, while waiting to get my question in, an attendee asked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) to address the job losses under NAFTA. 17 more words

Tea Party

Pulling a Canada

What’s the big idea behind corporations suing Canadians?

In the last couple years I came across a phrase in trade talk being whispered behind our backs. 543 more words

New Canadian Food Safety Policy will Impact U.S. Exporters

On January 1, 2015, new regulations regarding the importing of food into Canada went into effect, with additional requirements later this year and in 2016. These new regulations will have a significant impact on U.S. 253 more words

Trade Relations

Following Up: More Key Details on the Clintons and Trade

While we’re in a trade policy and Election 2016 frame of mind (as per this morning’s post), two fascinating Clinton-related tidbits recently came to my attention that deserve much more than a tweet! 348 more words


Robert Klara: How Yesterday's Blue-Collar Brands Became Today's Coolest Clothes

Ad Week: L.C. King’s experience mirrors that of other traditionally blue-collar brands, which in recent years have benefited from a surge in demand largely attributable to the rise of hipster fashion and the casual office. 129 more words