Trade & Foreign Policy
Fair trade is vital to our nation’s economic future. Trade can create jobs, expand opportunities for Ohio businesses, and ensure a level playing field in the global marketplace. But for too long, our workers, small businesses, and manufacturers have paid a steep price for an outdated trade agenda. That’s why Sen. Brown continues to fight against wrong-headed trade policies that ship jobs overseas and shutter manufacturing facilities. By fighting back against currency manipulation and other unfair trade practices, we can develop a trade agenda that that supports American workers and helps expand the Made in America label to markets around the world.
Our nation’s foreign policy should be focused on advancing stability and prosperity here at home and abroad. This is not only tied to military actions, but includes foreign aid, development assistance, and support for universal human rights such as water and education. From advancing nuclear nonproliferation to countering the conditions that breed terrorism, to proactively engaging global public health challenges, Sen. Brown will continue to advocate for balanced policies that promote our shared human rights and protect democratic values that are the cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy.
Brown Statement on Malaysia’s Tier-Ranking Upgrade in State Department’s 2015 Trafficking in Persons ReportPosted on 7/27/2015 |
In Advance of Latest Round of TPP Negotiations, Sen. Brown Raises Concerns Over Intellectual Property Chapter and Access to MedicinesPosted on 7/24/2015 |
- Posted on 7/17/2015
Brown, Warren Urge FIFA President Sepp Blatter to Step Down Immediately, Call on FIFA to Strip Qatar of World Cup Host RightsPosted on 7/16/2015
Brown, Portman Continue Push for Stronger Currency Manipulation Enforcement in Ongoing Trade NegotiationsPosted on 7/16/2015
Brown Joins Colleagues in Bipartisan Letter to Secretary of State Kerry on Reports of Malaysia Receiving Upgrade In Human Trafficking ReportPosted on 7/15/2015
Brown Statement on International Trade Commission’s Positive Determination in United Steelworkers Case Against Subsidized Chinese ImportsPosted on 7/14/2015