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Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)

China Won’t Rush to Join CPTPP. Neither Should the US.
January 14, 2021

China Won’t Rush to Join CPTPP. Neither Should the US.

By Alex Yu-Ting Lin and Saori N. Katada
Patience – and careful attention to laying the domestic groundwork – would benefit both countries more than a race to join the trade pact.

With RCEP Complete, China Eyes CPTPP
December 01, 2020

With RCEP Complete, China Eyes CPTPP

By Hemant Adlakha
Is President Xi Jinping’s statement desire to join the CPTPP a signal of reconciliation to the new Biden administration or a bid to advance China's regional dominance?
After RCEP’s Launch, the US Urgently Needs to Rejoin the TPP
November 18, 2020

After RCEP’s Launch, the US Urgently Needs to Rejoin the TPP

By Ho-fung Hung
The geopolitical rationale was always there, but the creation of RCEP changes the narrative about the TPP and American jobs.

Asia-Pacific Nations Set to Sign Massive Regional Trade Deal
November 12, 2020

Asia-Pacific Nations Set to Sign Massive Regional Trade Deal

By Sebastian Strangio
The creation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership will leave the U.S. sitting on the outside of Asia's two major free trade blocs.

The UK Wants to Join CPTPP. That’s Good News for Japan.
June 24, 2020

The UK Wants to Join CPTPP. That’s Good News for Japan.

By Yukari Easton
Britain’s interest in the group will help strengthen trade relations with Japan.

How Close Is RCEP to Reality?
October 16, 2019

How Close Is RCEP to Reality?

By Luke Hunt
While progress continues to be touted, challenges remain to be addressed.

The Next Battleground in Trump’s Trade War: Vietnam
August 16, 2019

The Next Battleground in Trump’s Trade War: Vietnam

By Alexander Hitch
Vietnam is likely the Trump administration’s next trade target. But the calculus differs in key ways from China.
South Asian Countries Overlook Regional Economic Integration at Their Own Risk
August 16, 2019

South Asian Countries Overlook Regional Economic Integration at Their Own Risk

By Mayaz Alam
Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka find themselves on the outside of regional economic initiatives looking in.

Trade in Trouble: How Asia Can Lead
July 16, 2019

Trade in Trouble: How Asia Can Lead

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Wendy Cutler and Kevin Doyle.

Pacific Trade Norms Established as US Producers Fear Losses
January 11, 2019

Pacific Trade Norms Established as US Producers Fear Losses

By Nicole L. Freiner
With TPP-11 entering into force late last year, the Asia-Pacific has a new set of trade rules.

What Comes After US Hegemony?
December 19, 2018

What Comes After US Hegemony?

By Bidisha Biswas and Anish Goel
The Asia-Pacific region looks beyond the United States.
How India Is Navigating Global Trade Agreement Trends
December 08, 2018

How India Is Navigating Global Trade Agreement Trends

By Divesh Kaul
What recent agreements like the CPTPP and USMCA mean for India.

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