New Atlanticist Nov 8, 2023
In a fractured world, does Biden’s trade policy measure up?
By Mark Linscott
The Biden administration has championed the new era in trade, seeing it as a moment to reinvest in US manufacturing and better counter China’s economic clout. However, there has been blowback.
MENASource Oct 6, 2023
The India-Middle East Corridor: a Biden Road Initiative?
By Jean-Loup Samaan
Economists and regional experts expressed their reservations on the feasibility—both politically and financially—of a corridor that would redraw the map of infrastructure across Eurasia.
New Atlanticist Oct 3, 2023
A lasting legacy of India’s G20: Trade opportunities for small businesses
By Gopal Nadadur
The India-led G20 has delivered some under-the-radar outcomes with big potential gains, most notably for micro-, small-, and medium-sized enterprises.
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