Trade and Development

Beyond the Big Three: Africa’s Economic Relations with Brazil, India, the Gulf States, Turkey, and Japan

On April 4, 2018, the Wilson Center Africa Program held the first event of the Brown Capital Management Africa Forum in 2018. The topic of discussion was “Beyond the Big Three: Africa’s Economic Relations with Brazil, India, the Gulf States, Turkey, and Japan.” Dr. Robert Litwak, Vice President and Director of International Security Studies at the Wilson Center, offered welcome remarks. Mr.

TPP, Revised and Reborn

Where does the United States now stand on TPP with the signing by eleven nations of the revised Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership? Shihoko Goto, Senior Northeast Asia Associate with the Wilson Center’s Asia Program, provides analysis in this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

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From Tariffs to Trade Wars?

Will President Trump’s recently announced steel and aluminum tariffs lead to retaliatory measures, taxes, or even a trade war? Kent Hughes, public policy fellow with the Center’s Global Europe Program, provides context and analysis in this edition of Wilson Center NOW.

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Infographic | The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership

T-Bones to China: A Conversation with Michael Derham, a Partner at Novam Portam

Q: In January, Argentina’s ambassador to China, Diego Guelar, celebrated an “historic” agreement related to Argentine beef exports to China. What has changed in the trade relationship?

Duncan Wood on El Financiero TV | Trump expone la vulnerabilidad de la economía de EU ante negociadores de TLCAN

Earl Anthony Wayne on U.S.-Mexico Relations with C-SPAN Washington Journal

Earl Anthony Wayne, Mexico Institute Fellow and former U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, talked to C-SPAN Washington Journal about the state of U.S.-Mexico Relations amid disputes over immigration and trade.

Competing with China in the Indo-Pacific

Rhetorically, the Trump administration has embraced great power competition with China as a central facet of its strategy to the Indo-Pacific region. Its National Security Strategy aptly described a world in which China is challenging American power, influence, and interests across the region.

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