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


Secondary Sanctions’ Implications and the Transatlantic Relationship

Samantha Sultoon & Justine Walker | Atlantic Council and UK Finance | 09/19/2019

The term secondary sanctions provokes strong reactions from allies and markets. Due to the power of the US dollar, breadth of the US market, and dominance of the US financial…

The WTO at a Crossroad

Jack Caporal, William Alan Reinsch | CSIS | 09/18/2019

The World Trade Organization (WTO) is at a crossroad. Each of WTO’s three main funct...

The Extraordinary Rise in Trade Policy Uncertainty

Scott Baker, Nicholas Bloom, Steven Davis | VoxEU | 09/17/2019

Tariff hikes, tariff threats, and tariff retalia...

Escalating U.S. Tariffs: Timeline

Brock R. Williams and Keigh E. Hammond | Congressional Research Service | 09/12/2019

The trade practices of U.S. trading partner...

USMCA: Labor Provisions

M. Angeles Villarreal, Cathleen D. Cimino-Isaacs, and Katarina De la Rosa | Congressional Research Service | 09/12/2019

The proposed U.S.-...

U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement Negotiations

Cathleen D. Cimino-Isaacs and Brock R. Williams | Congressional Research Service | 09/12/2019

Overview In April 2019, the ...


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