Ep. 23 - Enforcement: The Holy Grail of TradeTradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 23, Marc reviews the recent House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee hearing on enforcement in USMCA, breaks down the "Brown-Wyden" proposal, and muses on the future of enforcement in light of the stalled U.S.-China talks.
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Ep. 22 - U.S.-China: More Art Than Deal?Tradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 22, Marc revisits the leaked US negotiating document and makes the case for a U.S.-China BIT.
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Ep. 21 - A Momentous Month For Trade: An UpdateTradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 21, Marc offers updates and new insights into ISDS, the national security exception, and the issue of precedent, while forecasting what these developments will mean for U.S. trade policy in the near/long-term.
Ep. 20 - On Precedent We DependTradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 20, Marc examines the role of precedent in WTO litigation, explains the renewed interest in DSU XXV, and demonstrates why the U.S. is ill-served by undermining the veracity of precedent at the WTO.
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Ep. 19 - The Boeing/Airbus Dogfight: Déjà Vu All Over Again?Tradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 19, Marc revisits the epic Boeing - Airbus dispute, reviewing the aircraft/non-aircraft cases that have informed the debate and calling on the world's leading aircraft companies to reach a new agreement modeled on the EU – US Agreement on Large Civil Aircraft 1992.
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Ep. 18 - GSP : Ending India's "Free Lunch"?Tradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 18, Marc examines the Generalized System of Preferences’ (GSP) original aims and origins, shows how the WTO exacerbates the program’s most detrimental elements and harms developing countries in the long-term, and defends USTR’s decision to suspend India’s GSP benefits.
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Ep. 17 - Biologics & Trade: Getting USMCA RightTradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 17, Marc explores biologic drugs, explains why data exclusivity is so important to their production, and challenges the House Democrats' recent push to reopen USMCA over the 10-year data protection term for biologics.
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Ep. 16 - Should the EU File a WTO Case Against USMCA?Tradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 16, Marc sorts through the mounting international criticism of USMCA, contemplates how the EU might challenge USMCA at the WTO, and floats a forward-looking trade deal dubbed the "Atlantic Union" that would cover the EU and all NAFTA parties.
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Ep. 15 - The U.S. Reciprocal Trade ActTradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 15, Marc digs into the “U.S. Reciprocal Trade Act," draws out the non-tariff barrier element the media has largely missed, and demonstrates why a bill that is likely “dead on arrival” poses such a serious threat to trade promotion authority and the larger political debate over trade in the U.S.
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Ep. 14 - The National Security ExceptionTradecraft Podcast add
In Episode 14, Marc examines the "National Security Exception" in light of DS512 (Ukraine-Russia) and a handful of other cases, diving into GATT Article XXI to tease out the framers' intentions and make sense of the "self-judging" debate that will be central to any panel ruling.