Why Is the US Ambivalent About Trade Engagement in the Indo-Pacific?
By Hanh Nguyen
Changing sentiments at home mean the United States is now more enthusiastic about enforcing trade rules than facilitating trade.
Will China Actually Join the CPTPP?
By Shannon Tiezzi
China's membership bid has symbolic value, but it's highly unlikely that Beijing will meet the CPTPP's standards.
China Won’t Rush to Join CPTPP. Neither Should the US.
By Alex Yu-Ting Lin and Saori N. Katada
Patience – and careful attention to laying the domestic groundwork – would benefit both countries more than a race to join the trade pact.
What Comes After US Hegemony?
By Bidisha Biswas and Anish Goel
The Asia-Pacific region looks beyond the United States.
CPTPP and Leadership in the Global Trade System
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insight from Christina Davis.
US the Biggest Loser as Asia Inks TPP-11
By Anthony Fensom
A win for free trade comes as a self-inflicted wound for Washington.
Japan's Rush to Conclude TPP-11
By Aurelia George Mulgan
Shinzo Abe's government can't afford to see the Trans-Pacific Partnership fail.
Does Vietnam Have Trump’s Backing?
By Bennett Murray
Clarity sought in Hanoi ahead of President Donald Trump’s state visit.
Interview: Yassin Fawaz
By Neil Thompson
Advice on how the United States should approach Asia, from the CEO of the Raddington Group.
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?
Trump Makes China Great in Latin America
By Antonio Hsiang
Trump's approach to trade and foreign policy will only make more room for China in the Western hemisphere.
TPP Signatories to Meet in Chile to Explore the Future of the Agreement
By Ankit Panda
The meeting will be the first high-level summit between the 12 countries since the U.S. withdrawal from the agreement.