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Inu Manak is a visiting scholar at the Cato Institute and a Ph.D. Candidate at Georgetown University, Department of Government, specializing in international political economy, with an emphasis on trade and development. Her research focuses on the escalation of early stage trade conflicts and the role of private actors at the World Trade Organization (WTO), and challenges to legal capacity building in developing countries. Manak earned an M.A. in international affairs at American University and a B.A. in political science at Simon Fraser University.

More from Inu Manak

Commentary

An Ego-Pleasing Way for Trump to Push Trade Talks

Reuters. April 2, 2018.

Trump’s First Trade Deal Is More Bark Than Bite

The Hill (Online). March 30, 2018.

Fixing Nafta’s Institutional Deficit

International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development. March 7, 2018.

Articles

Addressing Regulatory Trade Barriers in Mega-Regional Trade Agreements

Mega-Regional Trade Agreements. July 21, 2017.

Financial Services in the TTIP: Making the Prudential Exception Work

Georgetown Journal of International Law. Vol. 45. No. 4. 2014.

The TPP and the Future of Trade Agreements

Latin American Journal of International Trade Law. Vol. 2. No. 1. 2014.

Events

#CatoConnects: NAFTA and the Trump Tariffs

March 14, 2018. Cato Connects.

Renegotiating NAFTA: Prospects and Challenges

October 26, 2017. Conference.