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.
Reuters/Francois Lenoir - European Trade Commissioner-designate Cecilia Malmstrom of Sweden arrives at a hearing before the European Parliament's Committee on International Trade at the EU Parliament in Brussels September 29, 2014.
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: A Fresh Start for 2015
December 12, 2014, Miriam Sapiro
Miriam Sapiro discusses trade priorities and next steps on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) following a recent visit with European Union Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström.
Asia and the Pacific
U.S. Economic Performance
Article | Journal of International Organizations Studies
November 2014, Mireya Solís
Paper | The German Marshall Fund of the United States
November 2014, Amadou Sy
Article | East Asia Forum
November 23, 2014, Mireya Solís
November 2014, Nathalie Tocci
November 6, 2014, Adie Tomer and Joseph Kane
October 2014, Joshua Meltzer
Article | The Asan Institute for Policy Studies
September 29, 2014, Jonathan D. Pollack
September 2014, Miriam Sapiro
August 14, 2014, Diana Villiers Negroponte
June 25, 2014, Diana Villiers Negroponte
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