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Protectionism and the Development of the U.S. Maritime Industry

Colin Grabow | Cato Institute | 10/11/2021

The United States is one of the world’s most aggressive practitioners of maritime protectionism. In areas ranging from dredging to the domestic transportation of goods and passengers, protectionist laws severely curtail the…

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...

Resilience vs. Efficiency

William Alan Reinsch | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 06/14/2021

Last week, the Biden administration produced its rep...

Protectionism Is No Way To Protect America’s Rare-Earth Supplies From China

Weifeng Zhong | The Seattle Times | 06/10/2021

As the Biden administration recently ...


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