TPP Survives After Canadians ‘Screwed Everybody’
By Anthony Fensom
Despite a no-show from Canada's prime minister, the TPP has new life.
Does Vietnam Have Trump’s Backing?
By Bennett Murray
Clarity sought in Hanoi ahead of President Donald Trump’s state visit.
How the US Is Losing to China in Southeast Asia
By James Guild
As Trump prepares to travel to Southeast Asia next month, China is already beating him to the punch where it counts.
Attacking KORUS is Worse than Abandoning TPP
By Shihoko Goto
Retreating from the agreement would not only damage U.S.-ROK relations but impact key U.S. industries that have benefited from the deal.
US Leadership as a Pacific Power: Trump and Beyond
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Paul Heer.
EU Swoops Into Asia-Pacific Amid US Retreat
By Aline Doussin
As Washington has pulled back, Brussels has pushed forward into trade discussions across the Asia-Pacific.
Is Latin America Trying to Further the TPP Without Trump?
By Anthony Medina Rivas Plata
Will an expanded Pacific Alliance be the successor to the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
20 Years After the Asian Financial Crisis, How Has Financial Cooperation Evolved?
By Stefan Angrick and Shinichi Nakabayashi
Where regional efforts stand 20 years after the financial crisis.
New Life for the TPP?
By Anthony Fensom
The TPP 11 are "united" on moving forward, but Trump has his own ideas for the future of Asia trade.
The New Trans-Pacific Partnership
By Anaïs Faure
The Pacific Alliance and ASEAN are crafting a key partnership of their own.
Spanning the Economic Gap Between Asia and Latin America
By Daniel Bellefleur
The TPP may be dead, but Asian and Latin American countries still have much to gain from increasing economic ties.
Russia’s Asian Trade Game
By Anton Tsvetov
With the Trans-Pacific Partnership on pause, the Asian free trade landscape has changed. What does that mean for Russia?