November 17, 2020
Assessing the Japan-UK Economic Partnership Agreement
By Michito Tsuruoka
Trade and beyond
September 22, 2020
Needed: A New Global Trade System
By Amitai Etzioni
Disrupting the old one was the easy part.
February 11, 2020
Is It Time to Embrace the Anthropocene?
By Ganesh Chakravarthi
The Anthropocene requires that humanity take responsibility for preserving the earth and its species.
January 14, 2020
US Drops Currency Manipulator Charge for China Ahead of ‘Phase One’ Trade Deal
By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Treasury Department is pulling back its August 2019 charge that China is a currency manipulator.
December 12, 2019
Trump’s War on the World Trade Organization
By Farah N. Jan and Megan Phansalkar
The international trading order is weakening as a result of U.S. actions.
July 11, 2019
Export Controls, History, and Geopolitics: Making Sense of the Japan-South Korea Crisis
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
What’s at the core of rising Japan-South Korea tensions and what will it take for the two countries to walk back?
July 02, 2019
Japanese Tech Export Controls on South Korea?
By Robert Farley
Japan seems to be taking a cue from the Trump administration.
June 25, 2019
The G20 Comes to Japan: Making Sense of the Osaka Agenda
By Wrenn Yennie Lindgren
How do the outcomes of the G-20’s eight engagement groups factor into this year’s Osaka Summit?
June 24, 2019
How Trade Shapes Afghanistan-Uzbekistan Relations
By Umida Hashimova
With new initiatives and new infrastructure, trade plays a dominant role in bilateral relations between Tashkent and Kabul.
June 03, 2019
US-India Ties Under Modi 2.0: The Good, Bad, and Ugly
By Aman Thakker
The relationship between the United States and India will broadly remain strong, but challenges remain.
November 01, 2018
The CPTPP Trade Agreement Will Enter Into Force on December 30
By Ankit Panda
With Australia's ratification, the CPTPP has met the threshold requirements to enter into force.
September 01, 2018
Trade, War, and the South China Sea
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
In water where progress was once assumed, an ominous front is now forming.