nafta

privacy

Canadian Telecom Giant Bell Wanted NAFTA to Ban Some VPNs

Bell wanted the privacy tools—which can also be used to access geo-blocked media—to be made unlawful under NAFTA.
Jordan Pearson
1.30.19
economics

Here's What Will Happen if Trump's NAFTA Deal Falls Apart

Consumers might not notice higher prices at first, but farmers and car manufacturers would be hurt in major ways.
Mark Hay
9.10.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Please Watch Trump Try to Figure Out His Speakerphone

"Enrique?"
Drew Schwartz
8.27.18
politics

Breaking Down Trump's Toothless Twitter Freakout About Mexico

There he goes again.
Harry Cheadle
4.2.18
Fighting Words

The Average Mexican Now Drinks 371 Bottles of Soda a Year

Free trade is making other countries fat and sick.
Pranav Reddy
2.14.18
canada eh?

Canadians Are Worried About NSA Spying But Don’t Understand How It Happens

Canucks need to know the risks.
Jordan Pearson
11.14.17
politics

Trump's Promise to Leave NAFTA Looks Like Another Empty Threat

This week Donald Trump said he'd "probably" terminate the free-trade agreement, but few think he'll follow through.
Meredith Hoffman
8.25.17
digital privacy

Trump's NAFTA Renegotiations Could Put Canadians' Personal Data At Risk

Canada and the US will soon start working towards a new deal.
Jacob Dubé
8.4.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Mike Flynn somehow in more trouble than ever, generals urge Trump to surge troops in Afghanistan, South Korea picks a new president, and more.
VICE Staff
5.9.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump pulls back from scrapping NAFTA, GOP teases bill to avoid government shutdown, Trump contemplating "break up" of a federal court, and more.
VICE Staff
4.27.17
Tracking Trump's Congress

Trump Isn't Living Up to His Big Promises on Trade

The president pledged to clamp down on what he said were unfair practices from China, but he hasn't actually done much.
Mark Hay
4.7.17
immigration

Inside the Border Town That Would Be Split in Two by Trump's Wall

Donald Trump has called Laredo dangerous, but residents here are more worried about his proposed policies than crime.
Serena Solomon
3.23.17
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