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US Leadership in International Trade: Recalibration or Retreat?
By Mercy A. Kuo
Conversation with Ambassador Rufus Yerxa.
Is China Inflicting a 'Century of Humiliation' on the World?
By Ben Lowsen
China's questionable practices and laissez-faire attitude are buying it a reputation similar to the colonial powers that once tormented it.
The US-China Fight Over Trade: The Ultimate Test of the WTO Framework
By Ann Listerud
How the U.S.-China fight over market status and antidumping will test the limits of the WTO framework.
China’s Steel Glut Still a Problem
By Sara Hsu
Beijing needs to rethink its trade policies.
As TPP Leaders Celebrate, China Urges Creation of Asia-Pacific Free Trade Area
By Shannon Tiezzi
At a regional summit, China and the U.S. promoted their divergent models for Asia-Pacific trade agreements.
China’s FTA Strategy
By Xiaoming Pan
Beijing takes a strategic approach on free trade agreements, particularly in the face of challenges such as the TPP.