Canada Attacks U.S. Tariffs by Taking Case to World Trade Organization

A sweeping challenge to the Trump administration’s “America First” policies could add to tensions already frayed by Nafta negotiations.

Governors Look to Save Nafta Amid Washington’s Tough Talk

More state officials are warning about the dangers of upsetting the North American Free Trade Agreement, but the White House so far appears unmoved.

Once the W.T.O.’s Biggest Supporter, U.S. Is Its Biggest Skeptic

The Trump administration isn’t alone in criticizing the World Trade Organization. But it may be the only country trying to subvert it.

Economic Scene: Trump’s Trade Endgame Could Be the Undoing of Global Rules

October 31, 2017 Eduardo Porter ECONOMIC SCENE What if President Trump’s ultimate goal is to kill the World Trade Organization? When Robert Lighthizer, Mr. Trump’s top trade negotiator, cut his teeth on trade diplomacy, back during the presidency of Ronald...

Push for Nafta Overhaul May Fall Short, U.S. Negotiator Says

By ANA SWANSON September 18, 2017 WASHINGTON — The top United States trade negotiator said Monday that it was unclear whether Canada, Mexico and the United States could reach a deal to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement within the...