Japan, ASEAN, and ‘De-risking’ Through Free Trade
By SUKEGAWA Seiya
Japan should work with the bloc to preserve the free trade system.
Why Economic Nationalism is on the Rise in Southeast Asia
By James Guild
Indonesia reflects the growing global trend of nations intervening in markets in pursuit of domestic development and strategic goals.
How Close Is RCEP to Reality?
By Luke Hunt
While progress continues to be touted, challenges remain to be addressed.
The Truth About KORUS and Jobs
By Phil Eskeland
Far from a “horrible deal,” KORUS has worked quite well for the United States.
Largest Bilateral Free Trade Agreement: Japan, EU Conclude Bilateral Economic Partnership Agreement
By Ankit Panda
The agreement will see nearly all tariffs on goods traded between the two sides lifted.
Could the China-EU High Summit Preserve the Global Trade Order?
By Shi Zhiqin
China and Europe have converging interests in upholding the legitimacy of international trade.
Is It Finally Time for a US-India Free Trade Agreement?
By Raymond E. Vickery, Jr.
For too long, ambitions for the U.S.-India economic relationship have not matched the soaring strategic rhetoric.
Tracking Trump's First Trip to Asia, Part 1: Japan and South Korea
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
How did Trump's first-ever presidential trip to U.S. allies Japan and South Korea go?
Trump’s Bilateralism and US Power in East Asia
By Doug Stokes and Kit Waterman
How best to make sense of the Trump administration's preference for bilateralism in Asia?
Can the EU-Japan Deal Prompt a US Recalibration on Trade?
By Erik Brattberg and James L. Schoff
Japan and Europe are sending a clear message to Washington: get on board or risk getting left behind.
Globalization with Chinese Characteristics: A New International Standard?
By Jason Zukus
As the US focuses inward, China promotes its own take on globalization.
The Future of US-China Trade Relations
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Ambassador Carla A. Hills.