How China’s Government Structure Prevents Intellectual Property Protection
By Zhuoran Li
China’s struggle with IP protection is based on structural issues related to its “fragmented authoritarianism.”
How Should the US Respond to China’s New Five-Year Plan?
By Emily Jin and Coby Goldberg
As the CCP doubles down on technological “self-reliance,” it’s time to refresh American economic statecraft.
Needed: A New Global Trade System
By Amitai Etzioni
Disrupting the old one was the easy part.
Where the US-China Trade War Should Go From Here
By Mayaz Alam
More tariffs cannot be the answer amid the pandemic.
Is Japan Pulling Its Companies out of China?
By Shin Kawashima
A recent Japanese government policy is significant, but hardly a decoupling.
The Investment War With China: US Investment in China
By Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
Part three of this series looks at American pressure on U.S. foreign direct investment in China
An Endgame for Beijing in the US-China Trade Negotiations
By Chen Gong
Creating a long-term mechanism should be the primary objective of U.S.-China trade negotiations.
Why Pork Pushed China to a Deal
By Andy Law
And what this says about a future U.S.-China trade deal.
Is Southeast Asia Winning the US-China Trade War? Not So Fast
By Alec Lei
If the U.S.-China trade war continues or worsens ASEAN countries will also experience a bumpy ride.
US-China Spat Tips Kenya’s Index to a Decade Low
By Tyler Roney
The U.S.-China trade spat puts more pressure on the China-Kenya economic relationship, already beset by BRI concerns.
The Four Asian Tigers Are Not Immune to US-China Trade War
By Chen Gong and Song Junjie
The negative impact of the U.S.-China trade war has spilled over to Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Is Bangladesh Winning in the US-China Trade War?
By Anu Anwar
The implications for Bangladesh of the trade war are significant, if Dhaka can seize opportunities and avoid the pitfalls ahead.