Exploring Art of Possible in Trade With Keith Rockwell
A bipartisan aversion to expanding trade is evidenced by the Biden administration continuing many of the protectionist measures enacted by the Trump administration and shunning any new agreements that include market access. Any actionable effort to advance trade measures must navigate the reality of the US joining China in adopting industrial policy as an instrument of strategic competition. This interview by Wahba Institute for Strategic Competition (WISC) Director Mark Kennedy of Keith Rockwell, a WISC Fellow and former Chief Spokesperson for the World Trade Organization, explores avenues where thoughtful consideration could define path forward on trade within this challenging environment.
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