International Trade and Investment

By Anup Rao and Andrew Ludwig
July 29, 2013

The IEA must evolve in order to remain relevant in today's dynamic energy market.

By Jennifer Cayias
April 22, 2013

The Obama administration has clearly communicated a shift in the United States’ geopolitical focus to the Asian arena. While this shift is well justified, the White House should ensure it does not ignore developments in the Arctic arena.

By Jonathan Kirk
March 3, 2013

Argentina’s President Kirchner needs a lesson in economic management.

By Sabrina M. Peterson
Managing Editor

Russia has just joined the WTO, but unless a piece of Cold War-era legislation is done away with for good, American companies will not only be rendered less competitive, but will lose out on opportunities to greatly expand exports.


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