The small South Pacific island nation has become a major supplier of Chinese-imported timber.
While there are challenges facing the global system, when we look at international economic law there are several reasons to believe that it can, and will, endure.
Republican politicians are hailing the new agreement as a trade milestone. Some labor groups would disagree.
A week after the United States and China began their trade war, the Chinese embassy is accusing the U.S. of "slander" for saying China engages in unfair trade practices that harm Americans.
One analysis shows the White House's proposed tariffs will result in the loss of over 300,000 jobs.
Here's what the U.S. stands to lose in a trade war.
The U.S.-China trade conflict goes far beyond just policy, and hints at larger ambitions around global power structures.
Despite outspoken criticism of the agreement during his campaign, the president is signaling that he may reverse his position.
Many countries have had issues with the WTO in recent years, but Trump's unpredictable actions have nationalist rhetoric on the rise across the globe.
A person in a cow costume walks near farmers in their tractors, which block Gustave-Flaubert Bridge in Rouen, France, during a demonstration on February 21st, 2018.
The U.S. is projected to see growth in energy exports as a result of increased energy efficiency, new electricity generation, and a continued projected growth in the production of liquids and natural gas.
The Obama administration maintains that the proposed international trade agreement would be good for the American people and the economy, but there's a reason all negotiations have been shrouded in secrecy.
Gall bladders, Tibetan antelope wool, musk pods, ivory tusks, pounds and pounds of frog fat—these are just some of the items being smuggled into the U.S. that are, among other things, dangerous to our health.
The White House needs to push new policies and trade agreements.
Promoting exports as a means to rebuild America’s middle class is a lovely vision, but the U.S. needs to do more than that to improve business.
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