Global Governance


When Judges Make Foreign Policy

Author: Noah Feldman
The New York Times Magazine

Noah Feldman writes that "it is becoming increasingly clear that the defining constitutional problem for the present generation will be the nature of the relationship of the United States to what is somewhat optimistically called the international order."

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Why the Trade Talks Collapsed

Council on Foreign Relations

The WTO talks between the G-4 nations—Brazil, India, the United States and the European Union—have collapsed yet again, and the U.S.'s inability to respond to long-standing, world-wide demands for the reduction of its (and the EU's) agricultural subsidies are mostly to blame, argue Jagdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya.

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