Trade negotiators in Singapore recently failed to finalize a deal on the long-awaited Trans-Pacific Partnership; they will soon have another chance to complete what would be the world’s largest regional free-trade agreement. But, given serious concerns that the TPP will fail to consider important human-rights implications, that is no cause for celebration.
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Kaitlin Y. Cordes & Olivier De Schutter,
Trading Away Human Rights,
Project Syndicate, January 7, 2014
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