KU Law Professor Raj Bhala talks to WIBW about President Trump stepping away from the Iran nuclear deal." “Let’s keep in mind that this is an administration, that in taking that extreme stance that this is a horrible deal, I’m tearing it up or I’m going to tear it up, unless you agree to my demands, that strategy has failed every single time, except one minor instance, with the Korea-U.S. free trade agreement,” said Raj Bhala.
"An expert on international trade law spoke to us earlier this week prior to the official announcements by the U.S. and China of the products that are part of the trade conflict that is ongoing. 'There are two separate cases going on,' said Raj Bhala, the Brennesein Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas Law School, and a Senior Advisor at Dentons. 'One is a case that the United States has brought on steel and aluminum under section 232 of the Trade Act of 1962.
Raj Bhala discusses the potential US-China Trade War.
"‘Trade War’ The term strikes fear into the hearts of globalists. They think of the tit-for-tat retaliatory tariff hikes in the late-1920s and early-1930s that exacerbated the Great Depression in the United States. The term is a just crusade for the dislocated. They demand their jobs back from foreign countries that have traded unfairly. ‘Trade war’ has no official definition. But, make no mistake: with its Section 232 action, slapping 25 percent tariffs on steel and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum, America confirmed it has launched one.
Raj Bhala, Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas School of Law, talks about the one year anniversary of the Olathe shooting.
Washing machines will soon be more expensive. Whirpool felt pressure from foreign competition, and announced to slash jobs. The Trump Administration sided with Whirpool and decided to put tariffs on foreign made washing machines. This will increase the cost to consumers by $100 dollars a piece. The story of competition between washing machines is more complex than this one.