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


Analysis of Section 301 Tariff Impacts on Imports of Consumer Technology Products

Consumer Technology Association | 08/11/2022

Over the past four years, the United States has waged a trade war with China. In 2018, the Trump administration imposed Section 301 tariffs in response to China’s unfair trade…

Securing Semiconductor Supply Chains: An Affirmative Agenda for International Cooperation

William A. Reinsch, Emily Benson, and Aidan Arasasingham | Center For Strategic And International Studies | 08/02/2022

WTO Annual Report 2022

World Trade Organization | 07/28/2022

This annual report on the WTO’s work in 2021 and early 2022 comes a bit later than its usual release ...

Aid for Trade Global Review: Empowering connected sustainable trade

World Trade Organization | 07/27/2022

Trade objectives feature prominently in the development ...

Improving International Regulatory Cooperation in an Age of Trade Skepticism

Reeve T. Bull | Brookings | 07/14/2022

In the run-up to the 2016 election, an interes...

Six ways to improve global supply chains

Darrell M. West | Brookings Institution | 07/12/2022

It used to be a simple matter to outsource production to other count...

Why Agricultural Trade Is (or Can Be) a Life-and-Death Matter

Will Martin | American Enterprise Institute | 07/05/2022

Key Points Nations engage in agricultural t...


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