Three__1487 karma2016-07-29 16:25:14 UTC
Sections of TPP often force governments of participating countries to relinquish their sovereignty if it acts against the interest of large corporations. For example, the ISDS international tribunal that can levy fines on nations that pass laws which can potentially harmful their bottom lines. Doesn't this fundamentally go against the principles of sovereignty and self government?
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Three__1446 karma2019-02-08 16:54:25 UTC
You’re doing great work there, but in the long run I would think they need their own hospitals. What would it take for these countries to become self sufficient?
Three__1429 karma2016-07-29 16:31:40 UTC
Ok, this is a bit trivial. Many Keynesian economists criticized the Obama administration and the then congress to not spend nearly enough on the Recovery Act. Do you agree with them? What would you have done differently?
Three__143 karma2016-07-29 16:34:49 UTC
By declaring war, do you mean deploy ground troops? Also, do you want the Assad government to stay in power, or you would support a regime change?
Three__143 karma2016-06-20 17:45:06 UTC
Is there any incumbent Republican in the House or the Senate that you admire? Why?
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