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.
Why it matters that Chinese public opinion toward trade and technology may have changed in response to US policy.
America’s new EV subsidies have some carmakers upset. Others are head scratching. Can supply chains diversify away from China?
America’s last attempt at trade talks with countries in the region ended badly. How Biden’s IPEF approach is different.
The Inflation Reduction Act omits the key global minimum corporate tax agreed to by over 135 countries. Will cooperation still happen?
For decades, United Fruit Company exploited banana workers across its Latin American plantations, except in Costa Rica. Why?
From fashion to forks to fishing reels, how US trade negotiations starting in the 1930s resulted in regressive import duties today.
The Advisory Centre on WTO Law made trade enforcement possible for poor countries. The Appellate Body crisis put that under threat.