The Neoliberal World and Donald Trump amidst Multilateralism, Free Trade Agreements, and Trade Wars
In this article, the author reflects on the implementation of U.S. trade policy under the Trump administration in the framework of the debate between multilateralism vs. regionalism in the twentyfirst century. She discusses the administration’s position vis-à-vis the World Trade Or-ganization (WTO) and its policy of updating and negotiating trade agreements to benefit the United States. Finally, she analyzes the current trade war with the People’s Republic of China. Key words: multilateralism, free trade agreements, trade war, trade policy, United States.
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