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Interdependence of China, United States, and Brazil in Soybean Trade

Fred Gale, Constanza Valdes, and Mark Ash | Economic Research Service, USDA | 06/30/2019

Abstract Soybeans are the largest and most concentrated segment of global agricultural trade. Two land-abundant countries—Brazil and the United States—supply most soybean exports, and China accounts for over 60 percent…

Rethinking US-China Competition: Next Generation Perspectives

Tarun Chhabra, Rush Doshi, Ryan Hass, Mira Rapp-Hooper, Bruce Jones, and Will Moreland | Brookings Institution | 06/30/2019

5G and the US–China Tech Rivalry – a Test for Europe’s Future in the Digital Age

Daniel Voelsen, Tim Rühlig, John Seaman | SWP, UI, Ifri | 06/28/2019

Implementing the TFA: Trade Facilitation Activities in Zambia

Asmita Parshotam | South African Institute of International Affairs | 06/27/2019

This paper examines...

Public and Opinion Leaders’ Views on US-China Trade War

Craig Kafura | The Chicago Council on Global Affairs | 06/27/2019

The Trump Administration has taken...

U.S.–Southeast Asia Trade Relations in an Age of Disruption

Brian Harding & Kim Mai Tran | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 06/27/2019

The post-...

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