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


Section 232 Reloaded: The False Promise of The Transatlantic ‘Climate Club’ For Steel and Aluminum

David Kleimann | Bruegel | 07/10/2023

Executive summary In using the removal of Section 232 ‘national security’ tariffs on steel and aluminium imports as a bargaining chip, the United States demands that the European Union engage…

The Scramble for Critical Raw Materials: Time to Take Stock?

Simon J. Evenett & Johannes Fritz | Centre for Economic Policy Research | 07/05/2023

The 31st Global ...

Migration Governance Through Trade Agreements: Insights From the MITA Dataset

Sandra Lavenex, Philipp Lutz, & Paula Hoffmeyer-Zlotnik | The Review of International Organizations | 07/01/2023

Digital Trade 2023: The Declaration, The Debates and The Next Global Economy

Ed Gresser | Progressive Policy Institute | 06/05/2023

In the single generation since...

How to Cut Emissions Through Agricultural Trade

Dan Blaustein-Rejto | The Breakthrough Institute | 06/01/2023

U.S. maize, beef, and chicken have a smaller carbon ...


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