Monthly Archives: May 2017

International Institutions as the Battlefields: The EU-US Rivalry over a WTO’s Agreement on Competition Policy

Hammed Roohani // International Relations // Wednesday 3rd May 2017 // 1-3pm // Arts C133 Hammed’s study examines the capacity of the WTO for fostering cooperation between the EU and the US for the Agreement on Competition Policy. Given the successful cooperation of … Continue reading

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Fairtrade Banana versus Dollar Banana: A study of a neo-colonial relationship in Costa Rica

Layla Zaglul // International Development // Wednesday 26th April 2017 // 1-3pm // Arts C133 Fairtrade advertising campaigns make a promise to the consumers: if they buy this product, they are assuring that the people who make that product are getting fair wages … Continue reading

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