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.


Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

William Reinsch | Center for Strategic and International Studies | 10/25/2021

One of my less successful efforts over the past year has been to reduce my workload by phasing out my teaching responsibilities at the University of Maryland School of Public…

America’s Broken Supply Chain

Scott Lincicome | Cato Institute | 10/14/2021

Supply chain woes are threatening American companies’ bottom lines, causing higher p...

Why Does Everyone Suddenly Care About Supply Chains?

Chad P. Bown and Douglas A. Irwin | The New York Times | 10/14/2021

Globalization may have lifted hundreds of...

World’s Growth Cools and the Rich-Poor Divide Widens

Jude Althagafi | 10/12/2021

As the world economy struggles to find its footing, the resurgence of the coron...

A Hobbled Recovery Along Entrenched Fault Lines

Gita Gopinath | International Monetary Fund | 10/12/2021

The global recovery continues but momentum has weakened, ...

On China Trade Strategy, A Blast from the Past?

Inu Manak | Cato Institute | 10/06/2021

In a highly anticipated speech by United States Trade Representative Kathe...

Global Supply-Chain Woes May Imperil More Than Christmas Shopping

Brent Sadler | The Heritage Foundation | 09/23/2021

A global shipping crisis has been quietly br...


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