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 Transatlantic Partnership: Looking Ahead on the Impacts of Trade

Dr. Andrew Gawthorpe | Foreign Policy Centre | 05/07/2024

Over the past decade, international trade has become an increasingly contentious political issue in both the United Kingdom and the United States. Departing from a postwar consensus in favour of…

5 Years Later The United States Is Still Paying For Its TPP Blunder

Colin Grabow | CATO Institute | 02/10/2022

Last month—January 23 to be exact—marked the five‐...

Strengthening Ties: China And The GCC

Inbar Pe'er, Niels Graham and Mrugank Bhusari | Atlantic Council | 01/31/2022

China is not allowing foreign visitors to wat...

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...

China Moves Closer to the CPTPP

Wendy Cutler | Asia Society Policy Institute | 09/21/2021

Beijing filed its formal application to become part of the 11-member tra...

DEPA and the Path Back to TPP

Matthew P. Goodman | CSIS | 07/15/2021

The United States has a strong national interest in being part of the Trans-Pacific Partnersh...


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