China: Constructive Partner or Emerging Threat?

By Ted Galen Carpenter and James A. Dorn. May 10, 2000.

Trade with China: Business Profits or Human Rights?

By Doug Bandow. Copley News Service. May 5, 2000.

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. November 17, 1999.

A New Financial Architecture for China

By James A. Dorn. Korea Herald. October 30, 1999.

Brussels Sins, Cheese Lovers Do Penance

By Aaron Lukas. August 2, 1999.

Advancing Human Rights in China

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

Clinton’s China Blunder

By Aaron Lukas. May 28, 1999.

Don’t Meddle in the Steel Market

By Aaron Lukas. February 16, 1999.

Improving Human Rights In China

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. February 8, 1999.

Protectionism Hurts Consumers

By Daniel Griswold. February 4, 1999.

China’s Spontaneous Order

By James A. Dorn. Journal of Commerce. December 31, 1998.

Yes, We Sell No Bananas

By Aaron Lukas. November 23, 1998.

Free Trade Nationalism

By Brink Lindsey. Weekly Standard. November 11, 1998.

A Better Strategy for Burma

By Aaron Lukas. November 9, 1998.

Industry Sets Steel Trap for U.S. Economy

By Daniel Griswold. October 20, 1998.

The Other Tobacco Wars

By Aaron Lukas. September 3, 1998.

Grant China MFN

By Aaron Lukas. Journal of Commerce. July 21, 1998.

The Truth about Trade in History

By Bruce Bartlett. July 1, 1998.

A Personal Overview of U.S. Trade Policy

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

Two Cheers for India Sanctions

By Aaron Lukas. Journal of Commerce. May 27, 1998.

Five Goals for U.S. Trade

By Brink Lindsey. Journal of Commerce. March 11, 1998.

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

By Daniel Griswold. November 9, 1997.

We Must Persist In Trade With China

By Doug Bandow. May 9, 1997.

Trade Embargo In and Castro Out

By Ian Vásquez and L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Journal of Commerce. December 12, 1996.