China’s Coming Battle with Congress

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. November 24, 1999.

Two Sides to China’s WTO Membership

By Claude E. Barfield and Mark A. Groombridge. Cato.org. November 17, 1999.

No New Taxes … or Same Old Story?

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. October 7, 1999.

The Right Way to Get China into the WTO

By Mark A. Groombridge. Apple Daily. September 13, 1999.

Deepen U.S.-China Trade Ties

By James A. Dorn. Korea Herald. August 13, 1999.

Brussels Sins, Cheese Lovers Do Penance

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. August 2, 1999.

Risky… or Worthy WTO Bid?

By James A. Dorn. Washington Times. July 18, 1999.

Time to Repeal the Jackson-Vanik Amendment

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. July 14, 1999.

Advancing Human Rights in China

By James A. Dorn. Investor’s Business Daily. July 10, 1999.

China Needs Trade to Change

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. June 9, 1999.

Clinton’s China Blunder

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. May 28, 1999.

Normalize Trade with China

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. April 7, 1999.

Fast Track Impasse

By Brink Lindsey. Cato.org. February 1, 1999.

Yes, We Sell No Bananas

By Aaron Lukas. Cato.org. November 23, 1998.

The Success of NAFTA

By Daniel Griswold. freetrade.org. July 1, 1998.

A Personal Overview of U.S. Trade Policy

By William A. Niskanen. Council on Foreign Relations. June 24, 1998.

Exporting Fair Play With a Global Investment Treaty

By Daniel Griswold. World Trade. June 17, 1998.

Admit China To The WTO, But Don’t Bend The Rules

By Daniel Griswold. Cato.org. November 9, 1997.

Free Trade Empowers Americans to Better Their Lives

By Daniel Griswold. Cato.org. November 6, 1997.

Mercosur Hasn’t Caused Trade Diversion

By Edward L. Hudgins. The Wall Street Journal. March 25, 1997.

An Export that Developing Countries Don’t Need

By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Washington Times. December 18, 1996.