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With or Without Doha

Author: Charlene Barshefsky
December 2005 -- WTO Special Edition
Foreign Affairs

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Today, the United States confronts four urgent challenges: imbalances in global trade and capital flows, South America's drift, Asia's economic integration, and the Muslim world's decline. International trade policy alone cannot solve these complex concerns, but it can play a pivotal role in dealing with each.

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