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New Atlanticist

Jan 11, 2022

Here’s how to get US-India trade on the right track

By Mark Linscott

Both countries need to be vocal about their goals—but also realistic in their expectations.

India Macroeconomics

Econographics

Jan 10, 2022

Is the US going to screen outbound investment?

By Sarah Bauerle-Danzman

There is a growing consensus in Washington that the U.S. government needs more tools to prevent the People’s Republic of China (PRC) from using U.S. capital markets to amass military capabilities and control supply chain chokepoints.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Jan 10, 2022

GeoEconomics Center analysis on a contractual dispute between the US and Israeli governments and a Chinese construction company was cited in Politico

By Josh Lipsky

Read the analysis here.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Jan 7, 2022

Tran’s issue brief on U.S.-China decoupling was cited in CRS report on COVID’s potential implications for the international security environment

By Hung Tran

Read the full report here.

China Economy & Business

In the News

Jan 6, 2022

Lipsky joined Yahoo Finance to discuss the 2022 economic outlook, interest rates, CBDCs, China, and the Olympics

Watch the full discussion here.

China Digital Currencies

SouthAsiaSource

Jan 4, 2022

Experts react: India’s Personal Data Protection Bill tabled in Parliament

By Atlantic Council Experts

After two years wait and amid growing friction between the United States and India on thorny digital trade issues, India's Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) on Personal Data Protection Bill was tabled in Parliament on Thursday, December 16, 2021. South Asia Center experts react to the Bill.

Economy & Business India

Spotlight

Jan 4, 2022

Spotlight: Latin America and the Caribbean – Ten questions for 2022

By Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center

The year 2022 will be one of change across the Western Hemisphere. So, what might or might not be on the horizon?

Brazil Caribbean

New Atlanticist

Jan 3, 2022

The United States must ensure semiconductor supply-chain resilience—not allocate short supplies

By Robert Dohner

The current semiconductor shortage, now expected to persist well into 2022, stands out both for its longevity and consequences. The United States and its partners, like South Korea and Taiwan, can set the global standard for resiliency.

Economy & Business International Markets

In the News

Jan 3, 2022

Graham joined Al Jazeera Inside Story to discuss the implications of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

By Niels Graham

Watch the full panel here.

China East Asia

New Atlanticist

Dec 21, 2021

By the numbers: The global economy in 2021

By GeoEconomics Center

As the year comes to a close, our GeoEconomics Center experts explore the numbers behind the headlines that best capture the shape of the global economy in 2021—and what lies in store for 2022.

Economy & Business Financial Regulation

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