- “It’s Time to Negotiate a New Economic Relationship with China,” by Simon Lester and Huan Zhu
- “Into the Abyss: Is a U.S.-China Trade War Inevitable?,” by Daniel J. Ikenson
Protecting the steel industry hurts manufacturers which use steel as an input, harming their capacity to export.
The United States should unilaterally end its sugar market distortions.
The U.S. should consider a bilateral trade deal with China.
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By Simon Lester and Huan Zhu. Free Trade Bulletin No. 70. April 4, 2017.
By Daniel J. Ikenson. Free Trade Bulletin No. 69. February 6, 2017.
By Daniel J. Ikenson, Simon Lester, Scott Lincicome, Daniel R. Pearson, & K. William Watson. Working Paper No. 39. September 12, 2016.
By Daniel R. Pearson. Free Trade Bulletin No. 66. April 11, 2016.
Two long wars, chronic deficits, the financial crisis, the costly drug war, the growth of executive power under Presidents Bush and Obama, and the revelations about NSA abuses, have given rise to a growing libertarian movement in our country – with a greater focus on individual liberty and less government power. David Boaz’s newly released The Libertarian Mind is a comprehensive guide to the history, philosophy, and growth of the libertarian movement, with incisive analyses of today’s most pressing issues and policies. The Libertarian Mind is the ultimate resource for the current, burgeoning libertarian movement.
To encourage people everywhere to better understand and appreciate the principles of government that are set forth in America’s founding documents, the Cato Institute published this pocket-size edition.
With the tragedies in Denmark and Paris, self-censorship in the face of intimidation and the nature of free speech are at the forefront of public debate. No one knows this debate better than Flemming Rose, the editor of the Danish newspaper that published the cartoons of the prophet Muhammad in 2005 that set off a global firestorm. In Tyranny of Silence, published by the Cato Institute, Rose offers a deeply personal look at attempts to limit free speech in a multireligious, culturally borderless world.
This interactive web site allows users to examine how Congress and its individual members have voted over the years on bills and amendments affecting the freedom of Americans to trade and invest in the global economy. The web site includes votes previously examined in a series of Cato studies published from 1999 through 2005, as well as more recent votes.