America’s Trade Policy’s Research Library provides curated content on the most important trade issues being addressed by policy makers around the world.


‘It’s Time to Accept that Not Every Nation Wants to be Friends’

Nadia Schadlow | Hudson Institute | 09/15/2018

World leaders meeting this week in New York for the UN General Assembly are a diverse crowd, including allies and partners as well as adversaries and competitors. One thing many…

U.S.-China trade war has its seeds in the financial crisis

David Dollar | Brookings Institution | 09/14/2018

I was living in Beijing when the global financial cr...

Economic Impacts of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Washington State

Washington Council on International Trade | 09/14/2018

Economic Impacts of the Trans-Pacific...

North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

USTR | 09/14/2018

The United States commenced bilateral trade negotiations with Canada more than 30 years ago, result...

Trade and Food Security Are Linked — and Both Are In Danger

Dan Glickman | Aspen Institute | 09/12/2018

2018 has been a tough year in agriculture. Heat, drought...

Mercosur: South America’s Fractious Trade Bloc

Claire Felter and Danielle Renwick | Council on Foreign Relations | 09/10/2018

Introduction Mercosur is an econo...


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