America’s Trade Policy’s Research Library provides curated content on the most important trade issues being addressed by policy makers around the world.


WTO 2025: Getting Back to the Negotiating Table

Alan Wm. Wolff | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 05/15/2022

A Place Created for Trade Negotiations The multilateral trading system has three pillars: negotiation, dispute settlement, and administration. Of these, negotiation is the one of greatest importance. The World Trade…

The New Wave of Defensive Trade Policy Measures in the European Union: Design, Structure, and Trade Effects

Fredrik Erixon, Oscar Guinea, Philipp Lamprecht, Vanika Sharma, & Renata Zilli | European Centre for International Political Economy | 05/15/2022

What Should U.S. Economic Diplomacy Look Like in the Indo-Pacific?

Patrick Baker and Laurene Lee | Yeutter Institute | 05/15/2022

Introduction In the five years f...

WTO 2025: Constructing an Executive Branch

Alan Wm. Wolff | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 05/15/2022

When the term “WTO reform” is mentioned, w...

Circuit Breakers: Securing Europe’s Green Energy Supply Chains

Agatha Kratz | Charlie Vest | Janka Oertel | Rhodium Group | 05/12/2022

In April 2022, Italy’s fi...

How the War in Ukraine is Reshaping World Trade and Investment

Michele Ruta | The World Bank | 05/09/2022

The war in Ukraine is causing worldwide disruptions to t...

International Trade: Trade Agreements Increasingly Promote Women’s Rights and Economic Interests, but Barriers Remain

United States Government Accountability Office | United States Government Accountability Office | 05/04/2022


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