In the NewsMar 15, 2021
Busch in The Hill: Tariff suspensions and the four-month window to solve Boeing-Airbus
By Marc L. Busch
Marc Busch writes in The Hill that permanent peace in the Boeing-Airbus dispute will come from getting a few follow on piece of cooperation right.
EconoGraphicsMar 10, 2021
How much money is the G20 spending?
By GeoEconomics Center
Our new fiscal firepower heat map, updated through March 2021, shows how G20 COVID-19 crisis spending now compares to the Global Financial Crisis. While nearly every country is deploying its fiscal firepower significantly more than a decade ago, China is still spending less.
In the NewsFeb 22, 2021
Busch in The Hill: Biden administration must settle unwinnable WTO cases over steel and aluminum tariffs
By Marc L. Busch
Marc Busch writes in The Hill that the US should not want to win its WTO cases on steel and aluminum, as doing so would risk the rest of the world using a wider definition for the WTO's "national security" exception.
Issue BriefJan 14, 2021
Rejoining the Iran nuclear deal: Not so easy
By Brian O’Toole
President-elect Joe Biden takes office on January 20, 2021, facing a litany of daunting foreign policy issues, from another massive cyber hack by Russian intelligence to alienated allies in Europe and beyond to a regime in Pyongyang that continues to proliferate weapons of mass destruction unchecked. But perhaps the stickiest—and most immediate—crisis the Biden administration […]
New AtlanticistOct 29, 2020
Russia sanctions bite and remind us of the value of transatlantic unity
By Juha Rainne
Despite some early hesitation and Moscow’s attempts to discredit them, the sanctions are working. They have had an undeniable effect on the Russian economy, which Moscow cannot overlook in its decision-making.