Patrick Leblond (University of Ottawa) and Crina Viju-Miljusevic (Carleton University) have published a new article titled “CETA as the EU’s First Third-Generation Trade Agreement: Does It Act Like One?” in a special issue of the journal Perspectivas – Journal of Political Science. Using CETA as a case study, the article inquires whether third-generation trade agreements achieve their intended objectives with respect to beyond-the-border obstacles to trade. In other words, are they effective instruments in liberalizing international trade? The article can be read here.