PRETENDING TO CARE: WHAT ROOM FOR MORALITY IN MODERN TRADE?
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, the Skripal poisoning in the UK and the fate human rights activist Liu Xiaobo in China have all been widely condemned throughout the world; yet in many cases, trade continues apace, money rules. Is there a place in global trade for right and wrong? Has there ever been? Will morality continue to play second fiddle to the inter-connected forces of the global marketplace? Andrea Catherwood, Linda Yueh, Pinchas Landau and Nicholas Gruen look at the economics of Pretending to Care.