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Appeared in: Volume 1, Number 2
Published on: December 1, 2005
Trade Talk

Trade liberalization has become a hard sell in Washington. Only strong presidental leadership will get U.S. policy back on track.

Daniel Drezner is a transatlantic fellow for the German Marshall Fund of the United States and author of U.S. Trade Strategy: Choices and Consequences, to be published by the Council on Foreign Relations in December 2005. This article is adapted from a chapter of the book. Starting in July 2006, Drezner will be an Associate Professor of International Politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
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