Trade and Finance
- The Anti-Globalization Backlash, With Peter TrubowitzPeter Trubowitz, a professor of international relations and director of the Phelan U.S. Center at the London School of Economics and an associate fellow at Chatham House, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss the reasons for the rise of anti-globalism in Western countries and its consequences for world order.
- Unpacking the IPEF: Biden’s Indo-Pacific Trade PlayOne year after the Joe Biden administration unveiled its Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, the agreement still doesn’t look like a traditional trade deal and could end up falling short of its ambitions.
- In Green Steel Discussions, the United States Is Playing DirtyThe European Union should rebuff the Joe Biden administration’s protectionist boondoggle and refocus on genuine climate goals.
- A Turning Point for Global TradeInternational trade has shaped the world for much of the past century. Countries benefited from the global flow of goods, and the world became richer and safer. At the same time, many Americans lost their jobs to cheaper overseas competitors. Now, a series of compounding challenges, including great power competition and climate change, have led U.S. officials to rethink trade policy. What's next for international trade? And can the United States retain the benefits of trade while protecting critical supply chains and fighting climate change?