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Dear ITE Follower, Per the suggestion of a good friend and colleague, I will enter into the GB Geo-Global Blogger Competition for talented international affairs analysts and commentators. As a part of the competition, I must submit one blog post by April … Continue reading

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What Is She Talking About? Dr. Jackson Gives Guest Lectures in Florida This Week

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I will be giving several university guest lectures in Florida this week. The lectures will focus on: Small state bargaining within the World Trade Organization (see my published work on this topic) The Politics of International Trade International Trade Rules … Continue reading

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US-South Korea FTA: The importance of analyzing on an industry-level

My latest video post discussed the potential benefits of the U.S-South Korea free trade agreement. However, the U.S. trade deficit with South Korea in manufactured goods has increased since the agreement took effect in March of this year. According to a U.S. … Continue reading

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The case for outsourcing

On Sunday, Fareed Zakaria made the case for outsourcing on Fareed Zakaria GPS. His argument highlighting the benefits of outsourcing was based on a May 2012 report by the London School of Economics. This report  showed the benefits of outsourcing and … Continue reading

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A decade of changes in U.S. policies toward Cuba goes unnoticed (at least by some)

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I was so excited when I learned that I had been accepted to travel to Cuba as a part of the Council on International Educational Exchange-International Faculty Development Seminar (CIEE-IFDS) in January 2012. The goal of this trip was to … Continue reading

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