Crazy Campaign Ends With Upset, and Hard Work of Governing Begins

Trump wins contentious US election for president, but globalization loses with a bitterly divided electorate
David Dapice
November 10, 2016

Four Fallacies About Trade and Globalization

Fear of trade overlooks that most value creation in advanced economies is based on services, not manufacturing
Ajai Gaur and Ram Mudambi
October 27, 2016

Asians Concerned by Extreme Comments of US Presidential Campaign

East-West Center report identifies five trends in Asian reactions on anti-trade stances of US presidential candidates
Satu Limaye and Robert Sutter
October 4, 2016

Despite Chinese Shadows, Southeast Asian Friendship With US Worth Cultivating

The US has strengthened political, cultural, commercial ties with ASEAN that will last long after Obama leaves office
Satu Limaye
September 1, 2016

Capitalist Democracy’s Left-Behinds Challenge the System

Extreme fixes proposed for democracy’s faltering economies and an ineffective political class that’s out of touch
Humphrey Hawksley
August 2, 2016

The United States: Divided in More Ways Than One

Polarization on trade, security and immigration hobbles the US and its major parties, especially Republicans
Bruce Stokes
May 5, 2016

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