With the global economy still weak, countries are looking to increase international trade as a way to boost growth, while maintaining tariffs on imports to protect domestic industries from overseas competition. Brookings experts analyze the political and economic implications of proposed trade agreements and offer suggestions on new opportunities for international cooperation.
U.S. President Barack Obama and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi end their meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington (REUTERS/Larry Downing).
Previewing President Obama’s Trip to India
January 22, 2015
On January 22, The India Project at Brookings hosted an event to preview President Obama’s trip to India. The panel discussed India’s role in U.S. strategy. Panelists also talked about what is expected from Obama’s trip, including the issues likely to be discussed and the impact on the broader relationship.
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On January 26, Joshua Meltzer will speak at the "Convergence and Divergence in Mega-Regional Trade and Investment Agreements" conference on the key critical and controversial issues surrounding trade and investment treaties such as the TPP, CETA, and TTIP.
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Philip Knight Chair in Japan Studies
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