By Johnny B. Davis // The ideological assumption was that interdependence prevents war. Thus, the loss of manufacturing jobs and the reduction in the middle-class wages of Americans was worth global peace.
The Next Issue to Upend Global Trade Politics: Carbon?
Economic powerhouses like Europe, the U.K. and Canada do a substantial amount of trade with nearly every nation in the world. By implementing a carbon border fee, they can exert leverage on other nations to initiate or increase a price on carbon in their own countries
Will Great Power Competition Doom the WTO?
By Abraham Yanchen Wu // The dispute over the WTO’s interpretation of a "public body" represents a more fundamental question of whether the WTO system can handle the state capitalism of China.
The Problem with Trump’s Tariffs
By Austin Rose On Friday, January 26, President Donald Trump stood before a packed crowd of global elites at the famously ritzy World Economic Forum in Davos and proclaimed that “the United States will no longer turn a blind eye to unfair economic practices including… industrial subsidies and pervasive state-led economic planning.” Ironically, that very … Continue reading The Problem with Trump’s Tariffs