Thursday, November 22, 2012

New column day

Here, on the need to question both the importance of trade agreements compared to other forms of interjurisdictional cooperation in general, and the Cons' warped priorities in particular.

For further reading...
- Again, here's the Council of Canadians' note on the Cons' insistence on cutting human rights out of the CETA, along with CBC's report on the Cons' leaked trade-only foreign policy plan.
- And Gus Van Harten raises the point that the push for ever more trade agreements is largely being led by the people who benefit most from their passage (and are using them in ways they say we shouldn't see as possible).

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