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.


When Two Global Agendas Collide: How the EU’s Climate Change Mechanism Could Fall Afoul of International Trade Rules

James Bacchus | CATO Institute | 07/07/2021

The European Commission has launched an ambitious roadmap termed the Green Deal that aims to make Europe the first carbon‐​neutral continent by 2050. The deal proposes several pioneer trade restrictions aimed at…

Senate China Bill Cuts Tariffs, Increases Regulations

Tori K. Smith, Maggie Kennon | The Heritage Foundation | 06/21/2021

KEY TAKEAWAYS The Trade Act of 2021 inc...

The Time Is Now for a Trade Deal With Taiwan

David Sacks, Jennifer Hillman | Council On Foreign Relations | 06/14/2021

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken made...

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 ...

Why the U.S. Should Use Trade Policy to Stem Illicit Drug Imports

Kathleen J. Frydl | Washington Monthly | 05/28/2021

This spring, the new U.S. Trade Representat...


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