"Kim Elliott has done us all a service with this sober analysis. Elliott strips away the hype and documents the uncertainties and complexities of the likely consequences for poor nations."
—Dani Rodrik, professor of international political economy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
". . . opens to a broad audience the policy choices of today that will determine the character of the agricultural trade regime for a generation to come."
—David Orden, senior research fellow, International Food Policy Research Institute, and professor, Virginia Tech
"It should serve as an indispensable reference guide for both trade policy generalists and agricultural policy specialists."
—Claude Barfield, American Enterprise Institute
"Elliot’s timely and well-written book takes a refreshingly realistic and non-ideological look at what’s on the table in the agricultural trade talks, what should be on the table, and why it still matters for developing countries."
—M. Ann Tutwiler, former president, International Food & Agricultural Trade Policy Council