Column – Gordon Campbell It isn’t often that we see how the United States feels when it sees itself on the receiving end of a secretive international treaty process – you know, one akin to the Trans Pacific Partnership process that alarms many New Zealanders.
July 24, 2012
Article – BusinessDesk July 24 (BusinessDesk) – A Labour-led government would not allow the United States to dictate terms on the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreements or allow the US to use the agreement as a pretext for containing “China’s economic advance.”
Speech – New Zealand Labour Party I have been asked to talk about China-US relations, and what implications this has for us. The contest for power between two countries, the United States and China, dominates international relationships in the 21st century.