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.


Midlands Voices: Abandoning the post-WWII trade structure carries big global risks

James R. Martin | Omaha World-Herald | 12/28/2019

Recently, the USMCA trade deal was passed by Congress to ballyhoo from the White House, and whispers of progress from contentious trade negotiations with China continue to emerge. International trade…

Canadian Cheers Over Pending USMCA May be Short-lived

Steven Globerman, Addington Chair in Measurement, Professor Emeritus, Western Washington University | The Fraser Institute Blog | 12/11/2019

Trump’s Backfiring Trade Policy

Uri Dadush and Laurence Kotlikoff | Bruegel | 08/12/2019

Thirty months into President Trump’s radical trade policy, and as t...

Trade and Race

Daniella Zessoules | Center for American Progress | 07/18/2019

Author’s note: CAP uses “Black” and “African American” interchangeably throughout ma...

The Old-School Answer to Global Trade

Beth Baltzan | Washington Monthly | 06/01/2019

Heading into 2020, liberals are at a crossroads on trade. Most abhor Donald ...

Evaluating the New NAFTA

Simon Lester and Inu Manak | CATO | 10/03/2018

Evaluating the New NAFTA There’s a lot in the new NAFTA (technically, the US-Mexico-Canad...


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