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More useful than corporate media’s “battling soundbites” approach to covering TPP would be journalism that got outside the Beltway and talked to people about what the fallout from these corporate-centered international agreements really looks like.
This week on CounterSpin: There’s plenty of opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership. But in corporate press accounts the whole debate is reduced to battling soundbites. More useful and more interesting journalism would include getting outside the Beltway and talking to people about what the fallout from TPP and similar corporate-centered international agreements really looks like. We’ll fill in some of the picture with Karen Hansen-Kuhn, director of international strategies at the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. Also on the show: In all the media talk around newly confirmed Attorney General Loretta Lynch, her role as US Attorney in brokering […]