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The National Security Advisor’s Disquieting Global-Economy Speech: Some Worried Reactions by a Friend

Ed Gresser | Progressive Policy Institute | 05/08/2023

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s April 27 speech at the Brookings Institution, explaining the Biden administration’s global-economy policies, is an odd piece at an important time. Mr. Sullivan covers a…

A New Horizon in U.S. Trade Policy

Trevor Sutton & Mike Williams | Center for American Progress | 03/14/2023

Key Developments and Questions for the Biden Administ...

In a Fragmented World, We Can’t Take Global Trade for Granted

Alan Wm. Wolff | Fortune | 01/20/2023

Trade served the world economy very well in 2022. Despite a ...

Towards a Free Trade Area for the Global South

Yaroslav Lissovolik | Modern Diplomacy | 09/11/2022

The expanded format of the BRICS+ dialogue conducted by China i...

Greening Global Trade: Enhanced Synergies Between Climate and Trade Policies for Decarbonization

S. K. Mohanty, Pankhuri Gaur, Chandni Dawani, Rizki N. Siregar, Novia Xu, Giulia Cretti, Pierfrancesco Mattiolo, Paolo Mazzotti | Clingendael Netherlands Institute of International Relations | 09/08/2022

Changing the Top Global Currency Means Changing the Patterns of Global Trade

Michael Pettis | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | 04/12/2022

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