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When Two Global Agendas Collide: How the EU’s Climate Change Mechanism Could Fall Afoul of International Trade Rules

James Bacchus | CATO Institute | 07/07/2021

The European Commission has launched an ambitious roadmap termed the Green Deal that aims to make Europe the first carbon‐​neutral continent by 2050. The deal proposes several pioneer trade restrictions aimed at…

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...

G7 Summit: Group’s Chance to Redefine its Role

Creon Butler | Chatham House | 06/04/2021

The G7 summit to be held in Cornwall on June 11-13 will be the first ‘i...


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