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The (Updated) Case for Free Trade

Scott Lincicome and Alfredo Carrillo Obregon | CATO Institute | 04/19/2022

The long‐​standing bipartisan consensus in favor of free trade in the United States has unraveled as the nation’s commitment to the multilateral trading system is increasingly subordinated to inward‐​looking ideological…

2021 USTR Report To Congress On China’s WTO Compliance

United States Trade Representative | 02/16/2022

In Part One of this report, we provide an assessment...

China’s Regulatory Crackdowns and U.S.-China Trade and Investment Relations

Henry Gao | National Foundation for American Policy | 02/10/2022

China’s regulatory ...

Reflections on China and U.S.-China Relations in 2021

Kevin Rudd | Asia Society Policy Institute | 02/09/2022

The year 2021 turned out to be more decisive for Chi...

The Economic Impacts of Retaliatory Tariffs on U.S. Agriculture

U.S. Department of Agriculture | 01/11/2022

In 2018, the United States imposed Section 232 tariffs...

China’s Changing Perspective on the WTO: From Aspiration, Assimilation to Alienation

Henry Gao | Singapore Management University - School of Law | 12/09/2021

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