International Trade and Investment

By Eric Hansson, Staff Writer and Adam Grider, Contributing Writer
December 10, 2014

EU initiatives in renewable energy development, emissions credits, and grid integration will be key to the success of the EU’s newly announced climate change plans.

By Julia Collins, Barbara Adair, Rodolfo De la Cruz, John Gillis, and Zheng Zhu

By Jesse Smith
Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014


A pragmatic view of the Argentinian debt case shows why the lack of intervention is bad for U.S. interests in the international financial system.

By Alyssa Leone
Contributor
June 23, 2014

Japanese reinstatement of its whaling programs—against the ruling of the International Court of Justice—will undermine the legitimacy of Japan as a credible and reliable international actor.

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