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When two global agendas collide: How the EU's climate change mechanism could fall afoul of international trade rules

The European Commission's 'Green Deal' proposes several pioneer trade restrictions aimed at protecting the environment. Image: Unsplash/John Simmons

James Bacchus

Adjunct Scholar, Cato Institute, Distinguished University Professor of Global Affairs, and Director of the Center for Global Economic and Environmental Governance, University of Central Florida

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