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.


U.S. Must Aim High With IPEF to Maintain Influence – Pacts That Exclude Washington are Reshaping Supply Chains and Trade Flows

Barbara Weisel | Nikkei Asia | 03/10/2023

The U.S. and its 13 partners will sit down in Bali next week for a new round of Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity negotiations. They are moving quickly in hopes that…

Amid New Export Controls, U.S. – China Trade Shrinks

John W. Miller | Trade Data Monitor | 10/26/2022

As the U.S. imposes new export controls on high-tech c...

Let’s make it attractive to join the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

Orit Frenkel | The Hill | 05/23/2022

Ambassador Katherine Tai, the U.S. Trade Representativ...

Recycling Critical Minerals is an Underappreciated National Security Tool

Adina Renee Adler | The Hill | 05/19/2022

The United States is facing a critical mineral...

Vietnam Cuts Imports from U.S. and EU in First Quarter

John W. Miller | Trade Data Monitor | 04/25/2022

As Vietnam continues to expand its economy, Western offici...

It’s Time for America and India to Talk Trade

Kenneth I. Juster, Mohan Kumar, Wendy Cutler, and Naushad Forbes | Foreign Affairs | 04/14/2022

With the war in Uk...


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