The Russian Challenge – Part I

Rise of an assertive Russia requires transatlantic alliance to develop greater cohesion
Katinka Barysch
October 3, 2008

Do You Really Want This Job?

Global stability requires the next US president to confront a host of problems and restore confidence quickly
David Dapice
October 24, 2008

Bull in a China Shop?

Punishing Chinese exporters won’t save US jobs but will hurt consumers
David Dapice
December 1, 2003

US Trade Policy: Legacy of the Sorcerer's Apprentice

Regional trade agreements confound long-term US foreign policy and economic goals
Bernard K. Gordon
November 5, 2004

Lonely at the Top

Two years after September 11, the US is still blind to the perils of imperial isolation.
Clyde Prestowitz
September 13, 2003

Nike Versus Sweatshop Critic: Back to California

The US Supreme Court decision opens the door to a lawsuit relating to globalization
S.L. Bachman
June 27, 2003

Reuters: “Existential Crisis” at WTO

Tom Miles
October 24, 2018

The Atlantic: Abortion by Mail

Olga Khazan
October 19, 2018

AP: World’s Largest Legal Marijuana Marketplace

Rob Gillies and Gene Johnson
October 17, 2018

Brookings: 5 Things to Known About the New NAFTA

USMCA, an undoubted boost for Trump among his voter base, deviates little from NAFTA and may harm the US reputation in the long run
Geoffrey Gertz
October 15, 2018