US sanctions on European allies repeatedly failed to stop Russian gas pipelines, harmed transatlantic ties, and undermined US policy.
New research examines how NGOs, consumers, and major retailers responded to the outrage following the 2013 tragedy in Bangladesh.
The leakage of submarine technology to the Soviet Union in the 1980s has lessons for the limits to and coordination of allies’ export controls today.
The WTO ruled against Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs, dragging the organization into thorny national security issues.
New super apps and other internet-enabled technologies have transformed China’s financial sector, with global implications, says Martin Chorzempa.
New research reveals how Britain’s economy benefited from the brutal transatlantic slave trade and its slave holdings.
A flood of imports from China had an unexpected impact on the Peruvian clothing industry while discouraging Peru’s women workers.
New research examining India’s pandemic lockdowns sheds light on which supply chains stuck together, which broke apart, and why.
The history behind the sudden US ban on certain exports to China, and how the policy affects the global semiconductor supply chain.
In the 1950s, Taiwan was the first poor economy to experiment with trade reform. How its success changed the course of history for others.