Amb. Hills Discusses the Importance of Trade and the United States’ Changing Role in the World
Former NAFTA negotiator Robert Fisher Sees Clear U.S. Preference to Stay in The Agreement

In a Toronto Star article, Robert Fisher discusses how the negotiations have evolved to a point where all parties, including the United States, prefer a revised agreement to withdrawal.

Amb. Pickering Analyzes Prime Minister Theresa May’s Kremlin Ultimatum In Response to Alleged Poison Gas Attack

In an interview with CNN’s Hala Gorani, Amb. Pickering discusses Russia’s denial of any role in Sergei Skripal’s poisoning and predicts strong reactions from the UK, with support from France and Germany, should Russia fail to respond to May’s ultimatum.

Amb. Hills Explains Why the Domestic and Global Costs of President Trump’s Metal Tariffs Far Outweigh the Benefits

In an interview with Bloomberg, Amb. Hills warned that Section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs will cost U.S. workers more jobs than it will create, strain U.S. relationships with key allies, and thus undermine the tariffs’ central objective of safeguarding U.S. national security.


Amb. Hills talks about what withdrawing from NAFTA and other trade agreements would mean for U.S. global leadership.