We don’t approach the issue of trade entirely rationally, and we are perfectly capable of maintaining two contradictory views at the same time,” says CSIS Scholl Chair Bill Reinsch in a new commentary.
September 19, 2018
| Victor Cha, Sue Mi Terry, Michael J. GreenThe third inter-Korean summit is taking place the week of eptember 18 to 20 in Pyongyang, North Korea. The two leaders, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea and Chairman Kim Jong-un of North Korea, signed the Pyongyang Joint Declaration on September 19, 2018.
Emerging market (EM) economies have recently come under pressure from international investors, with many EM currencies—including the Turkish lira and Argentine peso—sharply depreciating against the dollar and prices on EM financial assets experiencing steep declines.
Five years ago, President Xi Jinping unveiled the Belt and Road Initiative, a vast investment scheme designed to pave China's transition to great power status. Instead, it has become a roller coaster Beijing is struggling to control.
Staring down economic disruption and the president potentially overstepping his use of congressionally delegated power, some lawmakers have introduced legislation to check the president’s trade authority.