Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Long-scarred Fall River wary of another trade deal

May 8, 2015 The Boston Globe

Nitsan Chorev, professor of sociology and international studies, comments on President Obama's proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, which some fear will snuff out Fall River's hard-earned progress toward rebirth. “The winners are going to be companies that rely heavily on copyright and intellectual property protections . . . the other winners are going to be foreign companies,” Chorev says.

"Long-scarred Fall River wary of another trade deal" - The Boston Globe