Free Trade in North America Turns 21 Years Old. Is Free Travel next?

Embracing Free Trade and Movement Would Be a Bold Step Forward By Yaël Ossowski | PanAm Post For outsiders who visit the European continent, they’re quite amazed at the sight of impediment-free travel between countries. Traveling between Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, the Netherlands, and more, one can cross borders without papers and without the questioning of a border guard. That’s the product of the Schengen Agreement, a nearly 20-year-old project which abolishes border impediments between 25 European states to ensure free movement of people, capital, and goods. This aim was supported by the various treaties in the following decades, which created the economic basis […]