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.


Opposing New Taxes And Supporting Trade Is NOT Unpatriotic

Bryan Riley | National Taxpayers Union | 06/14/2019

The Trump administration is considering whether to impose an additional 25 percent tariff on $300 billion in imports from China. Responding to an anti-tariff letter from the group Tariffs Hurt the Heartland,…

Women in International Trade Communiqué: Section 232 Tariffs on Aluminum and Steel

Jennifer Hillman, Eileen P. Bradne, Anne Clawson, Ann Wilson, Nicole Vasilaros, and Evelyn M. Suarez, Esq. |Women in International Trade Communiqué | 06/12/2019

Donald Trump’s Capricious Tariffs Open the Door to Corruption

Dean Baker | Center for Economic and Policy Research | 06/10/2019

Donald Trump has repeatedly proc...

Currency Manipulation Continues to Decline

Christopher G. Collins and Joseph E. Gagnon | Peterson Institute for International Economics | 06/06/2019

Currency mani...

Understanding Trump’s National Security Tariffs: Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962

Women in International Trade | GW Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) | District Export Council (DEC) of Virginia and DC | 06/03/2019

The Old-School Answer to Global Trade

Beth Baltzan | Washington Monthly | 06/01/2019

Heading into 2020, liberals are at a crossroads on trade. Most abhor Donald ...

Trade in Trouble: How the Asia Pacific Can Step Up and Lead Reforms

Wendy Cutler, Peter Grey, Kim Jong-Hoon, Mari Pangestu, Yoichi Suzuki, and Tu Xinquan | Asia Society Policy Institute | 05/30/2019


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