Expanded free-trade agreements will lessen the humanitarian burden at zero cost to the West.
We need to lower costs so it makes economic sense for multinational companies to make things here.
Let's follow the lead of Presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Reagan, not Hoover.
The middle class has awakened to the fact that politicians have failed all but the elites.
Once again, the White House spin doesn't line up with the facts.
A deeper look reveals a much more complicated history than his bombastic pronouncements.
Liberals believe the trade agreement can be defeated, even as final negotiations take place.
The presidential candidate's proposed wall would shut out our third-largest trading partner.
Some GOP members say that TPA will "constrain the president," but it's just not true.
Trade could be a hot issue as senators try to hold their seats.
President says he will work with both chambers "to improve certain provisions."
Like the fight for and against NAFTA in the early 1990s, the battle lines are drawn on the Trans-...
Protectionism was a singular policy position of conservatives well into the 20th century.
It will open the door to preferential access for Canadian goods in Europe.
His talk on taxes is welcome, but not his positioning against free trade.
Protectionism abounds in the sugar market, but a "zero-for-zero" approach might reduce subsidies...
The world needs American leadership now more than ever.
Mexican leaders are smarter than their American counterparts, because they recognize the value of...
Wyden seeks to reassure Democrats on their priorities.
The US can expand trade and address serious human rights concerns at the same time.
Free trade matters tremendously, but the Constitution and rule of law matter even more.
It goes far beyond previous trade agreements.
In the semantics of trade negotiations, words matter.
OPINION: The free trade side has a strong answer to every objection.