Doha In The Dumps

After all the U.S. anger over European veto threats at NATO and the U.N., the latest round of World Trade Organization talks showed that America still knows how to derail international negotiations when it's in the mood. The Doha trade round, which was meant to bring poor countries into the world economy when it launched in 2001, was on the skids last week, after negotiators deadlocked over plans to provide cheap medicine to the developing world. The deadline for an agreement has passed, and passed again. But still the U.S. shows no signs of backing down from its lone veto of...

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