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Secondary Sanctions’ Implications and the Transatlantic Relationship

Samantha Sultoon & Justine Walker | Atlantic Council and UK Finance | 09/19/2019

The term secondary sanctions provokes strong reactions from allies and markets. Due to the power of the US dollar, breadth of the US market, and dominance of the US financial…

U.S.-China Trade and Economic Relations: Overview

Congressional Research Service | 09/12/2019

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The Era of the Gas Mega-Players

Nikos Tsafos | CSIS | 09/10/2019

Within 10 years, three exporters will tower over the global gas world: Russia, the United States,...

Member Survey | US-China Business Council

US-China Business Council | 08/31/2019

In the 19th consecutive year of the US-China Business Council’s annual member co...

Reappraising Export Controls for a New Era of U.S.-China Relations

The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai | 08/29/2019

Executive Summary New technologies an...

US-China Trade War: The Guns of August

Chad P. Bown | PIIE | 08/26/2019

August, which is supposed to be a somnolent month, has erupted in 2019 in a blaze of threa...

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