From championing free college tuition to opposing the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Sanders has pulled Clinton to the left. But it remains to be seen whether she stays there.
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The organization has released a thousands of documents that critics of free trade say shows how officials negotiating the Trade in Services Agreement, or TiSA, could force privatization on public institutions around the world.
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By Eva Hershaw
The US and 11 other countries announced a tentative agreement on Monday for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but the deal has divided the environmental community.
The Trans-Pacific Trade partnership is the most liberal trade deal in a generation, although it still faces approval by lawmakers in a dozen countries.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will be Obama's signature economic component of the broader US pivot to Asia, and if negotiators reach an agreement this week, the treaty will likely be ratified before Obama leaves office.
Negotiated behind closed doors and described by WikiLeaks as "Europe's most wanted secret," the TTIP would deepen trade and economic ties between Europe and the United States.
A White House effort to upgrade Malaysia's trafficking status to include it in a massive free trade deal risks elevating economic issues over human rights.
By Arthur White
The treaty under negotiation aims to decrease or eliminate import tariffs between 12 Pacific Rim countries. Canadian beef ranchers want in, but dairy farmers insist on protecting their tariffs.
The president says the Trans-Pacific Partnership will boost the US economy, but it has brought him into direct conflict with powerhouse members of his own party.
The United States and 11 other nations are negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which could cover 40 percent of the world's economy and allow corporations to challenge environmental regulations in court.
By Jason Louv
The TPP trade deal is being negotiated mostly in secret, but one US Congressman with knowledge of some details told us how terrible it is.