From the Back Cover
"Razeen Sally brings depth and breadth, both of scholarship and of practical experience, to his task. His restatement of the case for unilateral liberalization is powerful and could not be timelier. His reflections on the prospects for trade policy are lucid and entirely persuasive. This short book is the best and most important volume on trade in years."
Columnist, Financial Times
"This short primer provides an excellent, panoramic introduction to the world of trade policy today. Readers will get a clear understanding of the big picture after reading Razeen Sally's splendid book."
--DR. DOUGLAS A. IRWIN
"This is the most objective, balanced, and thorough book on international trade I've read in the past quarter of a century. Dr. Sally does a superb job of meshing idealism and realism, astutely making the case for unilateral trade liberalization and arguing persuasively that protectionism benefits no one."
Former U.S. Trade Representative
About the Author
RAZEEN SALLY is director of the European Centre for International Political Economy, an international ceonomic policy think tank based in Brussels, and is on the faculty of the London School of Economics. He writes and comments widely on international economic issues and spends much of his time working and traveling in East and South Asia. He is on the advisory board of the Cato Center for Trade Policy Studies.