CANADIAN FOREIGN POLICY.
Examines the role of human rights in Canadian foreign policy. Disagreement regarding Canada's accomodation of human rights objectives in its foreign policy. Contends that Canada can improve the effectiveness of its accommodation of human rights without expanding its scope. Assesses Canada's concern for international human rights. Government policies. Recommends policy changes.
Focus on laws that regulate international business. Sources of international economic law. Complexity of doing business with another country; contracts, torts, unfair trade, economic malfeasance. Multiple regulations and cultural background of the laws a businessperson must know. Organizations with the U.S. Department of Commerce to help businessperson. U.S. law and international business.
This paper addresses these issues: What is globalization?
The major drivers of globalization, including three examples of each. Effects of globalization that impact a community and an organization. Major trading blocs.
Brazil-USA International Trade
Reviews trade & trade issues between Brazil and USA. Principal export products. Controversies in international trade between the USA and Brazil regarding access to markets. Balance of trade.
U.S. Tariffs & Quotas
Discusses the tariff and quota on imported sugar enacted by the United States. Discuss who this trade restriction helps and how. Also discuss who this trade restriction hurts. Looks at the international implications of this trade restriction.
This paper argues that international trade tends to benefit wealthy nations over poor ones. How globalization or transnationalism has changed the shape of the world. The impact of NAFTA.