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Being Wrong about China Then Matters Less Than Being Right about China Now

Daniel J. Ikenson | Cato Institute | 01/27/2021

Ever since the George H.W. Bush administration weighed its diplomatic options in those months of intense policy introspection following Tiananmen Square in 1989, I have supported the deepest possible engagement…

Getting the China challenge right

David Dollar | Ryan Hass | Brookings | 01/25/2021

SUMMARY     The Trump administration had an incoherent and inconsistent policy...

Revitalizing the WTO under a Biden administration

Clete Willems | Atlantic Council | 01/12/2021

Longstanding bipartisan US concerns about the WTO will persist and...

Data Governance and Trade: The Asia-Pacific Leads the Way

Roberth Holleyman | The National Bureau of Asian Research | 01/09/2021

Data is integral to modern domest...

Brexit Is a Reality; the U.S. Must Act Accordingly

Theodore R. Bromund | The Heritage Foundation | 01/08/2021

Britain has left the European Union. Now, the United...


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