Trump’s trade war against China is often portrayed as a bilateral tariffs-driven one. But one of its main victims may be the WTO and the international trading system as we know it. And that means everyone has a stake...
.'s Threat to Leave the Could Be a Saving Grace: “This guy comes along, and he begins to shake the tree pretty hard. So let’s make sure that some fruits fall." -
The biggest long-term impact of the U.S.-China tariff battle may be felt not in Washington or Beijing, but in Geneva
How and why Trump could end up helping the WTO save itself. The great ⁦⁩ and I for this week’s ⁦⁩...
Trial by fire: "...[B]y threatening to kill the WTO, Trump might force it to save itself." An interesting piece by and
My take on this great article by and : 1. US actions kick-started a valuable reform effort; and 2. that reform effort has scope to make the better; but 3. no achievable reform is likely to fully address US administration concerns.
Efforts to try to save the World Trade Organization are now under way. (EFFORTS. Not the saving part. Not yet) By &
“...by threatening to kill the WTO, Trump might force it to save itself.” Via ⁦
The biggest long-term impact of the U.S.-China tariff battle may be felt not in Washington or Beijing, but in Geneva via
Interesting argument by & that the US threats to the global trading system could actually lead to needed WTO reforms. From
Trump’s Threat to Leave the Could Be a Saving Grace:
Trump's threat to leave the #WTO could be its saving grace. "This guy comes along, and he begins to shake the tree pretty hard. So let’s make sure that some fruits fall."
The biggest long-term impact of the U.S.-China tariff battle may be felt not in Washington or Beijing, but in Geneva via
Interesting argument by & that the US threats to the global trading system could actually lead to needed WTO reforms. From
"James Bacchus, a former Democratic congressman and onetime head of the WTO’s appellate body, says Lighthizer and his team are “a bunch of steel lawyers on the protectionist side” targeting the WTO out of spite."