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China Keeps the Upper Hand, South China Sea Arbitration Ruling Nonwithstanding
July 13, 2016

China Keeps the Upper Hand, South China Sea Arbitration Ruling Nonwithstanding

By William G. Frasure
The judicial ruling could actually give China the advantage, if Beijing proves it can flout the law with impunity.
Why the US 'Rebalance to Asia' Is More Important Than Ever
June 28, 2016

Why the US 'Rebalance to Asia' Is More Important Than Ever

By Tuan N. Pham
The rebalance offers a fleeting strategic opportunity to nudge China toward being a responsible global stakeholder.

FTAs in East Asia: Economic Integration or Economic Spheres of Influence?
June 03, 2016

FTAs in East Asia: Economic Integration or Economic Spheres of Influence?

By Gordon Gatlin
Are TPP and RCEP doomed to pull the region apart, or can they help push it together?

Can TPP Help Bridge Asia's 'Digital Divide'?
June 01, 2016

Can TPP Help Bridge Asia's 'Digital Divide'?

By Jim Foster
How to make sure TPP helps advance the Digital Economy in Asia.

U.S. Presidential Election Campaign Dims Prospects for TPP
May 18, 2016

U.S. Presidential Election Campaign Dims Prospects for TPP

By William G. Frasure
All three of the remaining candidates have expressed opposition to TPP.
President Trump: The View From China
May 05, 2016

President Trump: The View From China

By Zhibo Qiu
Trump's overall policies are a mixed bag for China, but his stance on U.S. leadership opens doors for Beijing.

The TPP: A Win for Vietnam's Workers
April 20, 2016

The TPP: A Win for Vietnam's Workers

By Oliver Massmann
"The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is the first trade agreement to subject Vietnam to enforceable labor commitments."
Has the US Turned Against Free Trade Agreements?
April 07, 2016

Has the US Turned Against Free Trade Agreements?

By Kithmina Hewage
Distrust of free trade and globalization is the one thing all the U.S. presidential candidates seem to have in common.

Taiwan's TPP Odyssey
February 27, 2016

Taiwan's TPP Odyssey

By Shannon Tiezzi
Domestic issues (like pork imports) pose just as much of a challenge to Taiwan's TPP dreams as Beijing does.

How China's 'Belt and Road' Compares to the Marshall Plan
February 06, 2016

How China's 'Belt and Road' Compares to the Marshall Plan

By Simon Shen
Should we think of "One Belt, One Road" as China's Marshall Plan?

TPP: The Ratification Race is On
February 05, 2016

TPP: The Ratification Race is On

By Catherine Putz
All eyes will be on the United States (and Japan), which can make or break the massive free trade agreement.
Why the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Is More Important Than TPP
January 30, 2016

Why the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Is More Important Than TPP

By Michael Czinkota and Valbona Zeneli
TTIP will be the West’s last, best opportunity to set global rules as the emerging markets continue to gain ground.

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