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


Addressing Forced Labor in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region

Amy Lehr | Center For Strategic & International Studies | 07/30/2020

The forced labor of ethnic and religious minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), as part of a broader pattern of severe human rights abuses, is a significant and…

Curbing State-Driven Trade Policies

Wendy Cutler and Andrew Chatzky | Asia Society Policy Institute | 07/13/2020

Much attention has been focused on China’s unfair...

Testing the “China Shock” Was Normalizing Trade with China a Mistake?

Scott Lincicome | Cato Institute | 07/13/2020

There is an emerging consensus among Ameri...

New Cold War: De-risking US-China conflict

Dr. Alan Dupont | The Hinrich Foundation | 06/24/2020

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the New Cold War...

Strategic US-China decoupling in the tech sector

Alex Capri | Hinrich Foundation | 06/11/2020

Ongoing tari disputes which began in 2018 have resulted in supply ch...


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