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The True Costs of Subsidies War with China

Adam S. Posen | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 07/19/2023

Despite the Biden Administration’s adoption of the EU’s ‘de-risking’ term, and admitting the infeasibility of truly decoupling, they are still trying to divide major parts of the world economy, including…

To Decouple, or To De-Risk? That Is The Question

Urban C. Lehner | DTN Progressive Farmer | 07/03/2023

As often happens in diplomacy, the communique the G7 leader...

Careful Connectivity: Responding to China’s AV Drive

Scott Kennedy | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 10/15/2021

Policy Choices The Biden admini...

We Have a China Trade Policy—or Do We?

William Reinsch | Center for Strategic & International Studies | 10/12/2021

CSIS was privileged last week to host U.S. Tr...

The End of Globalization as We Know It

Jean Pisani-Ferry | Project Syndicate | 06/28/2021

PARIS – For most people, globalization has for decades been another nam...

Military and Defense-Related Supply Chains

Bradley Martin | RAND | 06/22/2021

The National Security Supply Chain Institute seeks a broader definition of national ...


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