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Free Trade Is Dead. Risky ‘Managed Trade’ Is Here.

Edward Alden | Foreign Policy | 07/20/2021

For three quarters of a century, the growth of world trade—which has spread prosperity to much of the planet, including hundreds of millions of people in the developing world—has been…

EU should consider trade impacts of new climate change mechanism

UNCTAD | 07/14/2021

The mechanism could help avoid “carbon leakage”, but its impact on climate ch...

How can international institutions support the G7 tax proposals?

Simeon Djankov and Gary Clyde Hufbauer | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 07/07/2021

The EU-UK TCA: A Front-Runner in Trade and Sustainable Development

Ann-Evelyn Luyten | Trade Experettes | 07/02/2021

The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (T...

The EU’s Carbon Border Tax is Likely to do More Harm than Good

Uri Dadush | Policy Center for the New South | 07/01/2021

The EU’s proposed carbon border t...

The EU-U.S. Summit Is a Test for New Transatlantic Cooperation

Rosa Balfour | Carnegie Europe | 06/15/2021

America is back, the West can still lead, and the trans...

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