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


The World Trade Organization

Ian F. Fergusson and Rachel F. Fefer | Congressional Research Service | 10/01/2019

Overview The World Trade Organization (WTO) was established on January 1, 1995, following the ratification of the Uruguay Round Agreements and today includes 164 members. It succeeded the General Agreement…

People Around the Globe are Divided in Their Opinions of China

Laura Silver, Kat Devlin, and Christine Huang | Pew Research Center | 09/30/2019

  As the Peo...

The Winners and Losers from Trade

Daniel R. Carroll, Sewon Hur | Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland | 09/30/2019

Over the past two decades the US economy has becom...

World Tariff Profiles 2019

World Trade Organization, International Trade Centre, & the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development | 09/30/2019

The World T...

Trade and Development Report 2019

UNCTAD | 09/25/2019

Seventy-five years ago, in the cool mountains of New Hampshire, the international community came together to...

Beyond the Brink: Escalation and Conflict in U.S.-China Economic Relations

Matthew P. Goodman, William Alan Reinsch, and Scott Kennedy | CSIS | 09/25/2019


China’s Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Agriculture: In Brief

Anita Regmi | Congressional Research Service | 09/24/2019

From 2010 through 2016, China was the top de...


Navigating the international trade landscape can be complicated and confusing.  Whether you are a newcomer to the world of trade or a seasoned trade professional, let WITA be your guide to the ways and means of international trade.


America’s Trade Policy features commentary and analysis of international trade policy in the U.S. and around the world.

Learn More


WITA subscribers receive all WITA and ATP communications. If you wish to receive only ATP communications, choose only the box that says “Subscribe to ATP Newsletter."