Monkey Cage: What is NAFTA, and what would happen to U.S. trade without it?

Is Mexico the second-deadliest ‘conflict zone’ in the world? Probably not.; What can Watergate teach us about the Trump White House?; A Zambian opposition leader was arrested, but there are deeper cracks in the country’s democracy; What’s really at stake in Iran’s presidential election;
 
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What is NAFTA, and what would happen to U.S. trade without it?
Here are 5 things you need to know about NAFTA
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Is Mexico the second-deadliest ‘conflict zone’ in the world? Probably not.
Yes, it’s serious. But if we diagnose its violence incorrectly, we get the wrong solution.
 
What can Watergate teach us about the Trump White House?
Among other things, that Nixon was better at deflecting the FBI.
 
A Zambian opposition leader was arrested, but there are deeper cracks in the country’s democracy
Hungary and Turkey are showing similar patterns of decline.
 
What’s really at stake in Iran’s presidential election
Iranians head to the polls tomorrow in what’s increasingly seen as a referendum on its next supreme leader.
 
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