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Seven Years into China’s Belt and Road

By on September 23, 2020
Seven Years into China’s Belt and Road

by DAVID DOLLAR

American officials have criticized the program as “debt trap diplomacy.” While it is hard to find evidence of debt trap diplomacy, there are real concerns about debt sustainability.

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Outcompeting China: A Roadmap for the U.S.

By on September 23, 2020
Outcompeting China: A Roadmap for the U.S.

by CLARK PACKARD

Rather than decoupling the two largest economies in the world, there is a smarter approach to confronting legitimate problems posed by China’s economic model.

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The Importance of India and the Growing Chinese Threat

By on September 23, 2020
The Importance of India and the Growing Chinese Threat

by RUP NARAYAN DAS

Amid rising tensions with China, the relationship between the U.S. and India has been transformed from one of estranged democracies to engaged democracies.

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A View from the Heartland on the Importance of Trade

By on April 16, 2019
A View from the Heartland on the Importance of Trade

by DOUG GOEHRING

Farmers may not like the tariffs that China is imposing on our commodities, but they also don’t like China dragging out the process for approving registrations for years at a time.

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China’s New Silk Road

By on April 16, 2019
China’s New Silk Road

by BONNIE GIRARD

At a time when hundreds of millions of Chinese do not have piped running water in their homes, the Chinese government is lavishing loans on countries far away.

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Leveling the Playing Field with China

By on October 23, 2018
Leveling the Playing Field with China

by SIMON LESTER & HUAN ZHU

China’s wealth has grown significantly in recent decades, yet some of its trade practices remain rooted in its past as a fairly poor country.

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From Barefoot Doctors to Red Envelopes

By on November 11, 2015 with 0 Comments
From Barefoot Doctors to Red Envelopes

by MICHAEL TANNER

China’s health care system is weighed down by a legacy of government control.

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What Trade Means to My State

By on November 9, 2015 with 0 Comments
What Trade Means to My State

by TIM PAWLENTY

The Governor of Minnesota talks about the importance of trade to residents of his state and what he is doing to strengthen things in that regard.

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Dark Days Ahead?

By on November 9, 2015 with 0 Comments
Dark Days Ahead?

by DANIEL IKENSON

A storm is brewing on Capitol Hill over the future of U.S. trade policy and the course our nation should take.

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“Anger is not a substitute for good policy” – A Q&A with Jon Huntsman

By on August 12, 2014 with 0 Comments
“Anger is not a substitute for good policy” – A Q&A with Jon Huntsman

An interview with the former governor, ambassador and presidential candidate about the current political environment and the challenges facing the country — and the Republican Party — in the coming years.

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