WITA’s NextGenTrade® initiative focuses on emergent trade issues that will be at the center of trade discussions, negotiations and disputes in the years to come.


Geostrategically Motivated Co-option of Social Media: The Case of Chinese LinkedIn Spy Recruitment

Mika Aaltola | Finnish Institute of International Affairs | 06/19/2019

The emergence of a more competitive power-political situation shifts rivalry into the economic and technological fields, as the costs of an open and direct military conflict remain very high in…

Statement before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary “5G: The Impact on National Security, Intellectual Property, and Competition”

James Andrew Lewis | Senior Vice President and Director, Technology Policy Program Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) | 05/16/2019

Defending Our Data: Huawei, 5G and the Five Eyes

Bob Seely, Peter Varnish, John Hemmings | Henry Jackson Society | 05/16/2019

Data is power, and whoever controls ...

Digital Trade– Misnomer or Momentous Shift?

Barbara C. Matthews | Washington International Trade Association | 04/30/2019

Initially, the concept of “digital...

Next-generation technologies and the future of trade

Susan Lund, Jacques Bughin | Vox EU | 04/10/2019

Many forces shape trade flows, including trade policies, cha...


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