Contributors provide unique perspectives on critical trade issues. Author’s views are their own, and do not reflect the views of WITA, its Board or its staff.


Weighing Biden’s China Tariffs

Matthew P. Goodman | Council on Foreign Relations | 05/24/2024

Global risks–including Chinese overcapacity–have increased, but government intervention should seek to minimize trade-offs. It is hard to exaggerate the significance of President Joe Biden’s May 14 announcement of tariff increases…

U.S. Trade Policy Is at a Crossroads

Edward Alden | Council on Foreign Relations | 04/01/2024

Biden’s trade agenda is trying to tackle climate change, domestic jo...

Realism, Idealism, and U.S. Trade Policy

Peter S. Rashish | American-German Institute | 03/13/2024

For nearly 100 years, U.S. trade policy has been judged by wher...

The China Policy Gap Between Biden and Trump is Bigger Than You Think

Jiachen Shi | The Diplomat | 03/12/2024

Rhetorically, the two presidential candidates hit ma...

Does America Have an End Game on China?

Zack Cooper | ChinaFile | 12/15/2023

This fall, U.S. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan noted that the Biden administ...

In a Fractured World, Does Biden’s Trade Policy Measure up?

Mark Linscott | Atlantic Council | 11/08/2023

In recent years, global trade relationships have shift...


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