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.


Your Phones and Cars Aren’t Going to Work The Same After New U.S. Rules On Selling Chips to China Business & Technology

Paul Triolo | The China Project | 10/25/2022

New export controls imposed by America’s Commerce Department aim to stop China from making advanced semiconductors. But the rules will have plenty of unintended consequences. A package of highly restrictive…

Multilateralism Needs an Overhaul. Here’s Where to Start.

Yomna Gaafar | Atlantic Council | 10/12/2022

The United Nations (UN) General Assembly is gathering thi...

Meet The New Industrial Policy, Same As The Old Industrial Policy?

Simon Lester, J.D. | Rice University's Baker Institute For Public Policy | 08/24/2022

With the ...

Circular Economy: How Is It Defined And How Should It Be Defined?

Adina Renee Adler | Silverado Policy Accelerator | 03/09/2022

We are kicking off our exploratio...

Invasion Of Ukraine And Disrupted Supply Chains

Hinrich Foundation | 03/08/2022

Invasion upends trade and supply chains Ukraine is rallying the world’s concern. W...

Buy American Provisions- Great Slogan, Terrible Policy

Gary Winslett | The Libertarian-Progressive Papers | 03/07/2022

In last week’s State of the Union address, ...

Biden Administration Revises “Buy American” Rules

Jean Heilman Grier | Djaghe LLC | 03/07/2022

The Biden administration has revised “Buy American” rules, cons...


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