US, China Both Remain Defiant as Trade War Deepens
By Shannon Tiezzi
Another $260 billion in total tariffs is set to take effect between the U.S. and China. Both sides are claiming they'll be fine.
Trump’s North Korea Tweets Are Double Trouble for South Korea
By Kyle Ferrier
While the North Korea setback gets the headlines, Trump's trade war with China might be worse news for South Korea.
Deconstructing the US Trade War Against China
By Jin Kai
The Trump administration is employing a “gray zone” strategy to prevent China from emerging as a threat to U.S. dominance.
KORUS FTA Doesn’t Protect South Korea From Section 232 Investigations
By Troy Stangarone
Despite reaching an agreement on trade with the U.S., South Korea hasn't seen any relief from Section 232 investigations.
Japan, EU Display Solidarity in the Face of US Friction
By Daniel Hurst
Their new FTA is “of enormous strategic importance for the rules-based international order,” says the European Council president.
Only 4 Days in, China-US Trade War Escalates
By Charlotte Gao
The Trump administration announces additional tariffs on Chinese products and China vows to retaliate “as always.”
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.
Why Postponing the New US-India Dialogue Matters
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Such developments only exacerbate the challenges of managing differences in an important, complex relationship.