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.


The Twilight of US Trade Leadership

Claude Barfield | American Enterprise Institute | 02/16/2024

As 2024 begins, the United States continues its retreat from its post-World War II role as leader of a rules-based global trading system. This retreat began in 2017 with the…

Responsible Consensus at the WTO Can Save the Global Trading System

Inu Manak & Manjari Chatterjee Miller | Council on Foreign Relations | 01/22/2024

The United S...

Global Trade and Politics, Managing Turbulence

Ron Bancroft | The Courier-Gazette | 02/23/2023

The good news is that the Camden Conference is back in person. The ...

The World Needs A Strong WTO. Now, More Than Ever

Anabel González | WTO | 02/22/2023

Policymakers and businesses are increasingly wary about the risks of econom...

Fighting Global Protection: Why the Economist is Mistaken

Michael Pettis | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | 01/18/2023

Policies are not “protectionist...

2023 Will Be a Defining Year for Brexit and Trade

David Henig | European Centre for International Political Economy | 12/31/2022

Notwithstanding endless discussio...


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