IISD Trade and Sustainability Review, Volume 1, Issue 2, March 2021
Articles included in this edition:
- A New Leader for a New Era: A WTO agenda for the 2020s, by Sophia Murphy
- New ITC Chief Looks to Raise the Bar, by Jennifer Freedman
- New Zealand: Let’s use trade policy to tackle the climate crisis, by Charlotte Frater
- Harnessing the Power of Digitalization for Trade and the Environment, by Elisabeth Tuerk and Mariam Soumaré
- Biden Time on Fossil Fuel Subsidies? by Ronald P. Steenblik and Peter Erickson
- Putting American Workers First for Once: Biden’s trade policy, by Rob Howse
- What Does the British–EU Trade Deal Mean for Least Developed Countries? by Michael Gasiorek
- UK Trade Post-Brexit: After the teething, the trouble, by Peter Ungphakorn
- As RCEP Countries Pursue Ratification, ASEAN Members Seek Further Economic Integration, by Sofia Baliño
- WTO Members Divided Over Restrictions on Humanitarian Food Aid, by Jonathan Hepburn
The publication also features a "newsroom" that provides brief recaps of some of the latest developments in trade policy, including the appointment of the new WTO Director-General, the latest developments in the WTO's fisheries subsidies and agriculture negotiations, and the entry into force of Phase I of the African Continental Free Trade Area, among other topics.
The Trade and Sustainability Review is part of IISD's work on promoting transparency and supporting informed trade conversations. This material has been funded by UK aid from the UK government; however, the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the UK government’s official policies.
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