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U.S.-Taiwan Cigarettes, Beer And Wine-Trade Negotiation: A Study Of Collective Action, Public Goods And Game Theory, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang, Samuel Chang-Yung Ku Apr 1987

U.S.-Taiwan Cigarettes, Beer And Wine-Trade Negotiation: A Study Of Collective Action, Public Goods And Game Theory, Vincent Wei-Cheng Wang, Samuel Chang-Yung Ku

Politics Faculty Publications and Presentations

No abstract provided.


Survey Of Recent Developments In China (Mainland And Taiwan), 1985-1986, Hungdah Chiu Jan 1987

Survey Of Recent Developments In China (Mainland And Taiwan), 1985-1986, Hungdah Chiu

Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies

No abstract provided.


Ambassador Clayton Yeutter United States Trade Representative Forty-Third Session Of The Gatt Contracting Parties Geneva, Switzerland December 1, 1987, Clayton K. Yeutter Jan 1987

Ambassador Clayton Yeutter United States Trade Representative Forty-Third Session Of The Gatt Contracting Parties Geneva, Switzerland December 1, 1987, Clayton K. Yeutter

Clayton K. Yeutter, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Papers

I would like to speak to you this morning about the future of the world trading system. It seems appropriate, on the GATT's 40th birthday, to recognize its past achievements while also looking forward to its future-challenges. We must together develop a vision of the GATT that will serve the needs of the twenty-first century. Forty years ago, the legacy of a great depression and a world war was high import duties and restrictive quotas. World trade had shriveled. Recognizing this sorry state of affairs, concerned countries came together to establish a mechanism for reducing trade barriers and for ...


Ambassador Clayton Yeutter United States Trade Representative April 20, 1987 The Shimoda Conference Oiso, Japan, Clayton K. Yeutter Jan 1987

Ambassador Clayton Yeutter United States Trade Representative April 20, 1987 The Shimoda Conference Oiso, Japan, Clayton K. Yeutter

Clayton K. Yeutter, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Papers

I am grateful to the Shimoda Conference for inviting me to address the issue of U.S.-Japanese trade. This is an important event, coming at a time when trade between our two countries is playing a more significant role in our overall relations than ever before. In some ways , individual trade issues are threatening to overshadow our long relationship as friends and allies. This must not be allowed to happen. Japan and the united States have too much at stake to let transitory problems come between us. We are the world's two largest free economies. We work together ...


Transcript Of Ambassador Yeutter's Speech To The Brookings Instition's "Conference O~ Building A Canadian-American Fta," February 3, 1987, Clayton K. Yeutter Jan 1987

Transcript Of Ambassador Yeutter's Speech To The Brookings Instition's "Conference O~ Building A Canadian-American Fta," February 3, 1987, Clayton K. Yeutter

Clayton K. Yeutter, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Papers

MR. YEUTTER: Thank you, Bruce.- That was a very gracious introduction and much appreciated. I must say to you and your associates and colleagues here at Brookings that you are deserving of commendations and accolades for putting on this kind of program. It is an important issue, and I am very pleased that you and your institution have focused on it.


Puerto Rico: Colonialism Revisited, Sherrie Baver Jan 1987

Puerto Rico: Colonialism Revisited, Sherrie Baver

Publications and Research

Because Puerto Rico is not systematically consulted on issues central to its development and because this situation has become so obvious to all island officials during the last decade, elites across the entire Puerto Rican political spectrum felt pressured to ""come out of the colonial closet," tentatively in August 1977 and forthrightly in 1978.3 Every summer since, spokespersons from all political parties have gone before the UN Decolonization Committee to protest the status quo in Puerto Rico. Before 1977, only Puerto Rican Independentistas (who win only a small percentage in island elections), Cuba, and the Soviet Union had labeled ...


Foundations Of Radical Political Economy, Howard Sherman Dec 1986

Foundations Of Radical Political Economy, Howard Sherman

HOWARD J SHERMAN

No abstract provided.