A new report sheds light on the regime's “system of arbitrary detention and severe repression.”
The tech giant has refused to compromise with European regulators.
It’s easier than you might think to violate U.S. trade law.
American workers aren't whining. They can compete with anyone in the world on an even playing field. But when foreign countries provide illegal subsidies, manipulate their currency, and hand no-cost land, no-interest loans and tax breaks to producers, then it's bad trade.
Tough times almost always raise the pressure for trade protection, and the current global economic troubles are no exception.
When it comes to whaling, Iceland is an international outlaw. Years of global negotiations and declarations have failed utterly to end its illegal slaughter of whales. It's time to send Iceland a message it can't ignore: trade sanctions.
Given Iceland's escalation in commercial whaling and trade, it is clearly time for more than words. It is time to impose trade sanctions on Iceland's illegal whaling industry.