December 12, 2019
Trump’s War on the World Trade Organization
By Farah N. Jan and Megan Phansalkar
The international trading order is weakening as a result of U.S. actions.
November 02, 2019
WTO Authorizes China to Hit US With $3.6 Billion in Sanctions
By Associated Press
China gets the greenlight to penalize the U.S. for Obama-era anti-dumping duties.
July 31, 2019
China’s Evolving Strategy for WTO Reforms
By Antara Ghosal Singh
China has a gameplan to defend its interests as the World Trade Organization.
March 03, 2019
How Does China Really Think About WTO Reform?
By Junyang Hu and Dingding Chen
The WTO needs China to survive, and vice versa.
February 11, 2019
WTO as a Reflection of Emerging 'New' World Order
By Valbona Zeneli and Michael R. Czinkota
Today’s global economic realities are challenging the effectiveness of the WTO’s historical role as an arbiter of world trade.
May 02, 2018
The Case of ZTE and US-China Relations
By Dingding Chen
We might be entering a new era in the economic relationship between China and the United States. ZTE's case shows why.
March 30, 2018
Stopping China's Intellectual Property Theft: What Trump Can Learn From His Predecessors
By Robert Farley
Trump has taken a much harder line on Chinese IP violations than his predecessors.
March 07, 2018
The Truth About Trump’s Trade Tariffs
By Anthony Kleven
Both supporters and critics of the administration’s move could use a healthy dose of realism.
February 06, 2018
US Leadership in International Trade: Recalibration or Retreat?
By Mercy A. Kuo
Conversation with Ambassador Rufus Yerxa.
December 02, 2017
China, US Fight Over China’s Market Economy Status
By Charlotte Gao
U.S. opposes China market economy status at WTO and launches ‘historic’ anti-dumping investigations against China.
December 01, 2017
EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China
By Magda Tsakalidou
Despite not naming any country, China seems to be the obvious target of new anti-dumping rules.
October 19, 2017
Kyrgyzstan Alerts WTO to Kazakhstan Border Kerfuffle
By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan has stymied trade at the border, but the quicksand poured first from President Atambayev’s mouth.