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


Trade Policy, Industrial Policy, and the Economic Security of the European Union

Chad P. Bown | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 01/26/2024

Out of fear about its economic security, the European Union is transitioning to a new form of international economic and policy engagement. The Trump administration in the United States, Russia’s…

Commission Proposes New Initiatives to Strengthen Economic Security

Directorate-General for Communication | European Commission | 01/24/2024

The Commission adopte...

A Return to Reciprocity in US Trade Policy

Inu Manak | Hinrich Foundation | 01/16/2024

As the United States enters another presidential election year, experts wil...

Fisheries Subsidies: Will World Trade Organization Members Finish the Job at MC13?

Tristan Irschlinger | International Institute for Sustainable Development | 01/11/2024

Jobs, National Security, and the Future of Trade

Marc Gilbert, Nikolaus Lang, Georgia Mavropoulos, & Michael McAdoo | Boston Consulting Group | 01/08/2024

Key Tak...

Globalization in 2024: The Clouds are Clearing

Richard Baldwin, Simon J. Evenett & Fernando Martín | Institute for Management Development (IMD) | 12/30/2023

Modern Industrial Policy and the WTO

Chad P. Bown | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 12/19/2023

To remain relevant in the international trading sy...


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