April 3, 2018
| William Alan ReinschWinning Trump’s way may be a sugar rush for our economy, but it will inevitably wear off, and if we have not tackled the real problems, we will end up that much worse off.
March 29, 2018
| Samm SacksBesides reports of coming Chinese counter tariffs, with no clear timeline, possibly on U.S. agriculture exports or aircraft, there is much uncertainty about what form Chinese retaliation could take.
March 27, 2018
| Claire ReadeWe are entering a new, disruptive trade world, where unfamiliar weapons and new thinking will determine whether we face a hard-nosed negotiation with China, a brief trade skirmish, a serious trade war, and/or a new orientation for U.S. policy.
While Americans have opinions about trade, it is not the most important issue on their radar screens. As global integration grows—and it will regardless of the current administration’s preferences—trade will become more important and move up the priority...