Globalization and fre trade are usually discussed in a political context in the United States as well as in other areas of the world. As a consequence, it can be difficult to find neutral, basic information about recent new trade agreements, such as the Central American-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR), because much of the information found in the news or on the Web is polemical, and it takes time for the legal literature to provide the kind of legal analysis needed by practicing attorneys. This short piece is an attempt to provide links to free, Web-based information on CAFTA-DR to help attorneys understand the context and content of this important new trade agreement.
Garavaglia, Barbara H. "Central American-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement: Sources of Information." Mich. B. J. 84, no. 12 (2005): 46-7.