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


China – Tariff Rate Quotas for Certain Agricultural Products: Against the Grain: Can the WTO Open Chinese Markets? A Contaminated Experiment

Joseph Glauber | Simon Lester | World Trade Review | 04/21/2021

The US complaint about Chinese tariff-rate quotas (TRQs) on certain grain products helps illustrate several key issues in US–China trade relations and the effectiveness of WTO disputes. First, do international…

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

The US–China trade war and phase one agreement

Chad P. Bown | PIIE | 02/01/2021

The Trump administration changed US trade policy toward China in ways that will...

Boeing-Airbus Subsidy Dispute: Recent Developments

Congressional Research Service (CRS) | 01/19/2021

On October 18, 2019, the United States imposed additional tar...

Human Rights in China

Congressional Research Report (CRS) | 01/13/2021

Over thirty years after the June 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, the Communist Party of Ch...

ASPI Notes for the Biden Administration

Wendy Cutler | Anubhav Gupta | Nathan Levine | Richard Maude | Elina Noor | Jing Qian | Alistair Ritchie | Kevin Rudd | Daniel Russel | Thom Woodroofe | Asia Society Policy Institute | 01/07/2021


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