It was supposed to promote “pro-development” priorities at the World Trade Organization. But the so-called “Doha Round” of talks collapsed this week, as negotiators were unable to bridge bitter divides between developed and developing countries. We find out what happened, and what it means for workers and farmers in America and the developing world.


  • Greg Hitt Reporter, Wall Street Journal
  • Parag Khanna Director, Global Governance Initiative in American Strategy Program, New America Foundation; author, "The Second World: Empires and Influence in the New Global Order" (Random House)
  • Paulo Sotero Director of the Brazil Institute, Woodrow Wilson Center; Contributing Columnist, "O Estado De Sao Paulo"

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