Then, free trade will be extended to allow many participants to get the most out of trade. After World War II, the United States helped create the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), which quickly became the world`s leading multilateral trade agreement. At the same time, agri-environmental issues have been taken into account in an increasingly international debate on the great nature of agricultural sustainability and the role of farmers in implementing this issue. In the Uruguay Round (1986-1993), agriculture was included for the first time in international multilateral trade negotiations. The resulting agricultural agreement forced the signatories to put in place a long-term agenda for agricultural trade liberalization, which would involve reforming domestic subsidies, improving market access and eliminating export subsidies. The follow-up negotiations to the Doha Round are not yet over at the time of the letter, but it seems unlikely that the neoliberal project for agriculture has yet begun. This makes multilateral agreements unpopular. . . .