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Anu Bradford

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U.S.-EU Trade Negotiations Are a Rare Opportunity for the U.S. to Rein in the EU's Regulatory Reach

(3) Comments | Posted June 18, 2013 | 2:38 PM

As the United States and European Union gear up their trade negotiations, this much is clear: A trade pact between the two powers would be monumental. The two economies comprise half the world's economic output and represent a third of the world's trade flows. A pact would offer a much-needed...

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Just Say "No" to (Bad) Climate Deal

(2) Comments | Posted December 7, 2010 | 5:56 PM

The Cancún climate negotiations to replace the expiring UN's Kyoto Protocol suggest that there must a real sense of urgency around the issue of climate change, considering the bruising that took place last year in Copenhagen. For those who are most concerned about climate change, another failure maybe the best...

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Chinese Antitrust Law: The New Face of Protectionism?

(3) Comments | Posted August 1, 2008 | 4:46 PM

China's new Antimonopoly Law goes into effect today. This comprehensive antitrust makeover is celebrated in some quarters as a significant step in China's transition to a market economy. But the new law is also worrisome, for it could be used to protect national corporate champions while keeping foreign corporations out...

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