Guest Host: Susan Page

After seven years of negotiations, the Doha Round of World Trade Organization talks collapsed this week. A look at the split between established and rising powers over protecting interests at home, and different views on how future agreements can best tap the benefits of trade.

Guests

  • Claude Barfield Resident scholar, the American Enterprise Institute
  • Robert Scott Is an international economist and director of international programs at the Economic Policy Institute.
  • Jutta Hennig Chief editor, "Inside U.S. Trade"
  • Gawain Kripke Policy director, Oxfam America

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