Public-sector investments in agricultural research and development are essential to U.S. business and trade, our natural environment, and the ability of lower-income people to feed themselves at home and around the world.
The Trump administration has responded to China’s apparent Section 301 violations by imposing new tariffs, restricting Chinese investment in technologies, and launching a WTO case. China will almost certainly retaliate.
President Donald Trump has agreed to meet with Kim Jong-un in a breathtaking turn of events. The North Koreans have also reportedly agreed to complete denuclearization, and to refrain from missile and nuclear testing. The move is surprising, but questions remain.
The CPTPP represents a significant step toward closer trade and investment linkages in the Asia-Pacific region and sets new, high standards for regional commerce. Its eventual ratificaction will likely yield positive and negative ramifications for U.S. economic interests.
March 8, 2018
| Mark F. CancianBack in January 2017, CSIS asked interested members of the public to make a series of budget forecasts. With the budget announced by President Trump on February 12, 2018, we now have answers to those questions.
The bill extends a fifth continuing resolution (CR) to fund the government through March 23, but more importantly, it raises the spending limits for both defense and nondefense funding imposed by the Budget Control Act (BCA) of 2011 for two years, FY 2018 and FY 2019.
China's new data privacy regulations represent a growing convergence between Europe and China's approaches to data protection, leading the US to be more isolated with American companies in reactive mode.
This year’s meeting will be held between January 23 and 26 and has attracted extra attention with the attendance of Donald Trump, the first sitting U.S. president to attend Davos since 2000, and following on last year’s high-profile attendance by Chinese president...