Books in Brief: The Latest Reads on the Financial Crisis, the Rwandan Genocide, and What It Means to Be a Nation
Also: Works on India’s rise, the history of U.S. trade politics, and social media’s role in modern conflicts.
Trump’s Views on Trade Aren’t a Passing Fad
The United States and Europe must find a synthesis between the free trading dogmas of yesterday and the nationalist impulses of today.
Australia Is Worried About America’s Ability to Lead
The West needs a strong, committed, engaged White House to hedge against China’s inexorable rise.
Trump Takes Aim at NAFTA Once Again
With reported plans to pull out of the trade pact, the administration seeks to ratchet up pressure on Canada and Mexico.
Japan Wants to Revive the Trans Pacific Partnership Even Without the U.S.
Here's the thinking behind the decision.
Trump Should Make the Case for Trade With China
Past administrations have made progress in enforcing trade rules with China, but not in convincing the American public of their effectiveness.
Mexico Can Handle Trump Just Fine
The country’s greatest obstacles are close to home, not north of the border.
Fact Checking Trump’s ‘Alternative Facts’ About Mexico
Trump’s Mexico policy inventions could rupture ties and thus undermine vital U.S. national interests.
3 Strategies U.S. Trade Partners Should Pursue Post-TPP
One might be tempted to preach patience, but it is worth remembering that the Obama administration dragged out its trade negotiations for a very long time before ultimately failing
Democrats Need a Strong Alternative to Trump’s ‘Economic Nationalism’
Trump’s narrative is simple: Foreigners have been taking advantage of the United States and its workers.
Trump’s Grand Strategic Train Wreck
Believe it or not, the president has a grand strategy. But it's a nightmarish mess.
Turf War Before Trade War
Worrisome rumblings on trade have been emanating from President-elect Donald Trump's transition team.
By monopolizing the mining of rare-earth metals, China could dictate the future of high-tech.
Have Old Ideas About NAFTA Hurt the TPP?
Anti-trade rhetoric cood doom the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Did China Trade Cost the United States 2.4 Million Jobs?
In a charged election year, with China suspicion running high, it becomes even more vital that analyses be well-conceived.
The TPP Train Could Still Get Derailed
There's a long way to go before the United States passes real trade legislation — and it may not end up being what the American people want.
Senators Threaten Subpoena in Flap Over Human Trafficking Report
The State Department denies it upgraded Malaysia's human trafficking ranking to bring the Asian country onboard for a trade pact. Senators say the process reeked of politics.
9 Ways the TPP Is Bad for Developing Countries
The TPP is supposed to create a level playing field for trade. Instead, it unfairly shackles developing economies.