People advocating for greater consideration for domestic interests and needs are pushing back at the speed to which the world accepts globalization as a way of life. While global trade and free markets are beneficial to all nations, the way deals and agreements are structured can be executed in a more considerate way.
President Trump put forth the idea of fair free trade in his foreign policy, more commonly known as America First. Although anti-Trumpers decry the approach as protectionist nationalism, fair free trade can balance the needs advocated by nationalist in efforts to construct a mutually beneficial global marketplace.
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