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Supporting trade should not be a “Hard Choice” for Clinton

The paperback edition of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir came out this week. Its author may want to take a second look at the title: “Hard Choices.” That’s because she ought to make one. The hottest debate in Washington right now—and probably one of the country’s most substantive policy discussions between now and 2016—involves free trade. […]

2014-06-11t155415z1813105711gm1ea6b1uc101rtrmadp3usa-politics-clinton

Supporting trade should not be a “Hard Choice” for Clinton

The paperback edition of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir came out this week. Its author may want to take a second look at the title: “Hard Choices.” That’s because she ought to make one. The hottest debate in Washington right now—and probably one of the country’s most substantive policy discussions between now and 2016—involves free trade. […]

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GM Technology Can Be Western Australia’s Ally

The U.S. government has just approved a new kind of apple. When cut or bruised, it keeps its color—it doesn’t turn brown, as apples do so quickly now. The Canadian company behind this innovation calls them “Arctic apples.” They’re the result of a new form of genetic modification. Rather than transplanting genes from one species […]

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Changes in EU Crop Biotech Import Policy

The EU Commission has proposed to allow member countries to opt out of importing biotech crops similar to the recent provision to opt out of planting biotech crops.  This a sharp change from previous policies and could leave EU livestock and poultry producers without competitively priced supplies of high-protein vegetable meals.  The EU Commission plans […]

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