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Trump and Xi at the G-20: Why bilateralism won’t work

Adam Triggs | The Brookings Institution | 12/01/2018

Ten years ago, G-20 countries displayed an unprecedented level of multilateral cooperation in response to the global financial crisis. How times have changed. This weekend’s G-20 summit in Buenos Aires…

The Economic And Political Case For Coordinating Fiscal Stimulus

Adam Triggs | The Brookings Institute | 11/26/2018

ABSTRACT Almost 10 years ago, the G-20 embark...

The Future of the WTO: Will Reform Happen in a Timely Manner?

Terence P. Stewart | Stewart and Stewart | 11/08/2018

In a world of rapid technological change, the ...

How the G20 Can Help Sustainably Reshape the Global Trade System

James Bacchus, Victoria Callaway, Dan Ciuriak, Eugenio Díaz-Bonilla, Jonathan Hepburn, Susara J. Jansen van Rensburg, Soledad Leal Campos, Michitaka Nakatomi, Amrita Narlikar, Constanza Negri Biasutti, Fabrizio Sardelli Panzini, Ali Parry, Hector Rogelio Torres, Wilma Viviers, Wang Huiyao, and Wang Wen. | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development | 10/29/2018

Will the WTO Survive without the United States?

Jin Kyo Suh | Korea Institute for International Economic Policy | 10/19/2018

The rule-based multilateral trading ...

Crisis in the WTO: Restoring the Dispute Settlement Function

Robert McDougall | Centre For International Governance Innovation | 10/16/2018

Crisis in the WTO: Re...

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