NEW HAVEN, Connecticut – One of the strongest arguments for free trade is that it promotes peace between participating countries.
There is an undeniable correlation between the two, even if it is not always clear whether peace is a precondition for the free movement of goods and services, or whether commerce creates the economic incentives for all participants to maintain peace.
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