Will Nonmarket Economy Methodology Go Quietly into the Night? U.S. Antidumping Policy toward China after 2016
By K. William Watson. Policy Analysis No. 763. October 28, 2014.
Political Reform in China: Elections, Public Goods, and Income Distribution
By Monica Martinez-Bravo, Gerard Padró i Miquel, Nancy Qian, & Yang Yao. Research Briefs in Economic Policy No. 5. July 9, 2014.
Stay Off the Fast Track: Why Trade Promotion Authority Is Wrong for the Trans-Pacific Partnership
By K. William Watson. Free Trade Bulletin No. 56. December 19, 2013.
Asia’s Story of Growing Economic Freedom
By Razeen Sally. Policy Analysis No. 725. June 5, 2013.
China, America, and the Pivot to Asia
By Justin Logan. Policy Analysis No. 717. January 8, 2013.
Beyond Symbolism? The U.S. Nuclear Disarmament Agenda and Its Implications for Chinese and Indian Nuclear Policy
By Lavina Lee. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 91. February 8, 2011.
A Free Trade Agreement with South Korea Would Promote Both Prosperity and Security
By Doug Bandow. Trade Briefing Paper No. 31. October 20, 2010.
The U.S.-South Korea Alliance: Outdated, Unnecessary, and Dangerous
By Doug Bandow. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 90. July 14, 2010.
Manufacturing Discord: Growing Tensions Threaten the U.S.-China Economic Relationship
By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Briefing Paper No. 29. May 4, 2010.
Appreciate This: Chinese Currency Rise Will Have a Negligible Effect on the Trade Deficit
By Daniel J. Ikenson. Free Trade Bulletin No. 41. March 24, 2010.
Why China and Russia Balk at Sanctions against North Korea and Iran
By Ted Galen Carpenter. Nuclear Proliferation Update No. 7. March 22, 2010.
Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership Worth the Fuss?
By Sallie James. Free Trade Bulletin No. 40. March 15, 2010.
Negotiating with North Korea: Who’s In Charge?; Engaging China to Solve the North Korea Problem
By Doug Bandow. Nuclear Proliferation Update. September 2, 2009.
An International Monetary Fund Currency to Rival the Dollar? Why Special Drawing Rights Can’t Play That Role
By Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar. Development Policy Analysis No. 10. July 7, 2009.
Securing Land Rights for Chinese Farmers: A Leap Forward for Stability and Growth
By Zhu Keliang and Roy Prosterman. Development Policy Analysis No. 3. October 15, 2007.
Taiwan’s Defense Budget: How Taipei’s Free Riding Risks War
By Justin Logan and Ted Galen Carpenter. Policy Analysis No. 600. September 13, 2007.
Who’s Manipulating Whom? China’s Currency and the U.S. Economy
By Daniel Griswold. Trade Briefing Paper No. 23. July 11, 2006.
Two Normal Countries: Rethinking the U.S.-Japan Strategic Relationship
By Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 566. April 18, 2006.
Ending Financial Repression in China
By James A. Dorn. Economic Development Bulletin No. 5. January 26, 2006.
Private Education is Good for the Poor: A Study of Private Schools Serving the Poor in Low-Income Countries
By James Tooley and Pauline Dixon. White Paper. December 7, 2005.
U.S.-China Relations in the Wake of CNOOC
By James A. Dorn. Policy Analysis No. 553. November 2, 2005.
How China Should Use Its Foreign Reserves: Enabling Privatization without Social Disorder
By Deepak Lal. Economic Development Bulletin No. 3. October 20, 2005.
Nonmarket Nonsense: U.S. Antidumping Policy toward China
By Daniel J. Ikenson. Trade Briefing Paper No. 22. March 7, 2005.
President Bush’s Muddled Policy on Taiwan
By Ted Galen Carpenter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 82. March 15, 2004.
All the Players at the Table: A Multilateral Solution to the North Korean Nuclear Crisis
By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 478. June 26, 2003.