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A Resounding Maybe on Fleeing China

Dan Harris | Harris Bricken Sliwoski LLP | 02/23/2023

Since the U.S. government and the EU started talking last week about how China likely would start arming Russia, I’ve been feeling like pretty much “everybody” agrees with me on…

In a Fragmented World, We Can’t Take Global Trade for Granted

Alan Wm. Wolff | Fortune | 01/20/2023

Trade served the world economy very well in 2022. Despite a ...

A Symposium of Views: Did China “Destroy” Globalization?

The International Economy | 10/20/2022

Globalization arrived as a giant paradoxical force that create...

The U.S.-China Trade War Has Become a Cold War

Yukon Huang | Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | 09/16/2022

What began as a trade war over China’s unfair...

Section 301 Tariff Exclusions and Extensions, Continued

Christine McDaniel & Polina Prokof’yeva | Mercatus Center of George Mason University | 05/10/2022

China Bought None Of The Extra $200 Billion Of US Exports In Trump’s Trade Deal

Chad P. Brown | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 02/08/2022

Phase 1 with China Failed. It’s Time for Phase 2.

Scott Paul | Alliance for American Manufacturing | 01/19/2022

Two years ago the Trump administration announce...


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