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The CPTPP Trade Agreement Will Enter Into Force on December 30
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.

TPP, RCEP and the Liberal Economic Order
September 02, 2018

TPP, RCEP and the Liberal Economic Order

By Mie Oba
Proponents of the liberal economic order have reason to be concerned.
TPP’s Regulatory Capitalism and China’s Belt and Road Challenges
May 25, 2018

TPP’s Regulatory Capitalism and China’s Belt and Road Challenges

By Richard B. Stewart
The revived TPP 11 operates as a significant alternative to China's approach, embodied in the Belt and Road Initiative.

Time for Japan to Recalibrate?
April 23, 2018

Time for Japan to Recalibrate?

By Shihoko Goto
A much-touted bond with the U.S. president has left PM Shinzo Abe largely empty-handed.

What Now for Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific?
February 09, 2018

What Now for Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific?

By Mie Oba
And what to make of Trump’s recent comments about the TPP?

Attacking KORUS is Worse than Abandoning TPP
September 29, 2017

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.

With the RCEP, Australia Has a Chance to Lead
August 30, 2017

With the RCEP, Australia Has a Chance to Lead

By Nick Derewlany
Canberra can pursue its international trade objectives and push for a more open and transparent agreement.
US Leadership as a Pacific Power: Trump and Beyond
August 29, 2017

US Leadership as a Pacific Power: Trump and Beyond

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Paul Heer.

A New G2: China and the EU?
August 17, 2017

A New G2: China and the EU?

By Andrei Lungu
In light of Washington's wavering, Brussels and Beijing have an opportunity.

Trump’s Bilateralism and US Power in East Asia
August 09, 2017

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?

Why Abe Still Loves Trump
June 15, 2017

Why Abe Still Loves Trump

By Paul Nadeau
The Japanese leader’s cultivation of the U.S. president is part of a broader strategy that seems to be working so far.
The Real Trouble With China’s Belt and Road
May 11, 2017

The Real Trouble With China’s Belt and Road

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Though Beijing has made inroads in addressing some concerns, the true structural challenges for the initiative remain. 

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