Donald Trump’s election as president of the United States raises many question marks, among them the prospect of a rise in trade barriers and unilateral economic policies. But a glimpse at recent World Trade Organization (WTO) talks reveals that, with or without Trump, the political will to revive multilateral trade negotiations remains limited. There is […]
Clara Weinhardt is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences, University of Bremen, and a Research Associate at the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin. Her work focuses on global trade governance, with a particular focus on implications for developing countries. She holds a PhD from the University of Oxford in the area of EU-Africa trade negotiations.