NAFTA risks becoming collateral damage in Obama’s geopolitical plans

NAFTA risks becoming collateral damage in Obama’s geopolitical plans

Published on September 11, 2015

As the North American free-trade agreement approached its 20th birthday a couple of years ago, the deal’s main architects began pushing for a NAFTA 2.0 that would reboot the process of continental integration that a distracted U.S. administration seemed to have abandoned...

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