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


False Promises II: The Continuing Gap Between China’s WTO Commitments and Its Practices

Stephen Ezell | ITIF | 07/01/2021

As China nears its 20th year of World Trade Organization (WTO) membership, originally acceding to the organization on December 11, 2001, it has never been further away from faithfully committing…

Can China Blunt the Impact of New US Economic Sanctions?

Mary E. Lovely, Jeffrey J. Schott | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 06/23/2021


A Roadmap for U.S.-Europe Cooperation on China

Paul Gewirtz, Ryan Hass, Susan Thornton, Robert Williams, Craig Allen, David Dollar | Yale Law School, Paul Tsai China Center | 02/28/2021

Raising a caution flag on US financial sanctions against China

Jeffrey J. Schott | PIIE | 01/04/2021

China’s policies in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and the South China ...

Sanctions and the End of Trans-Atlanticism. Iran, Russia, and the Unintended Division of the West

Rawi Abdeal, Aurélie Bros | French Institute For International Relations | 01/23/2020

Venezuela: Overview of U.S. Sanctions

Clare Ribando Seelke | Congressional Research Service | 10/16/2019

For more than a decade, the United States has employed sa...

The Sanctions Policy of the European Union: Multilateral Ambitions Versus Power Politics

Éric-André Martin | French Institute of International Relations | 10/03/2019


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