Companies, farmers, and even many Cuban-Americans don’t want to see restrictions reimposed.
Jessica Holzer is an editor at Foreign Policy. She previously covered financial regulation for The Wall Street Journal.
Trouble brews for Mexican beer as uncertainty over trade policies threatens U.S. exports of two key ingredients
Newly-minted U.S. trade negotiator Robert Lighthizer said the goal is to revamp, not scrap, the trade deal. He wants to wrap up the talks this year.
Washington and Beijing are cutting pragmatic deals, but the administration keeps up a harsh tone with allies like Canada, Mexico, and Japan.
Robert Lighthizer, a former Reagan-era trade official, is seen as too protectionist by some key Republicans, who refused to back him.
Robert Lighthizer’s support of protectionist policies doesn’t sit well with some key Senate Republicans.
Tariffs would raise costs for steel-consuming industries, potentially killing a "massive amount of jobs."
Experts say 'risky and dangerous' approach could produce results.