Successes & Messes: Sending a strong message on trade

By combining a credible threat with a willingness to negotiate collaboratively, the Trump administration prompted global postal reforms.

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For years, Donald Trump has complained that the United States is getting a raw deal in international trade negotiations. As president, he has tried to improve U.S. trade partnerships in different ways, with mixed results: Trump withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership entirely, renegotiated changes to NAFTA with Canada and Mexico, imposed punitive tariffs

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