Late on Monday, the Trump administration released their long-awaited objectives for the renegotiation of the North American ... Read more »
On Independence Day, Two Ways International Law Tests Social Contracts
In 1776, America declared economic and political ... Read more »
The global economic and political order that was created in the aftermath of World War II is under attack by President ... Read more »
The Trump administration started the clock on renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in its ... Read more »
The following remarks were delivered to a congressional panel by Roosevelt Fellow Todd Tucker on May 3, 2017.
Good ... Read more »
The Trump administration's decision last week to punt on labeling China a currency manipulator disappointed some of his ... Read more »
It's been a big week for President Trump's trade policy. His various moves have been at turns cynical, interesting, and ... Read more »
U.S. foreign policy and the need to cultivate international alliances increasingly conflict with U.S. domestic politics, ... Read more »
The Brexit vote demonstrated the limits of U.S. pressure.
While the U.S. has a long history of intervening in votes in ... Read more »
In a series of briefs, Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow and Chief Economist Joseph Stiglitz analyzes the ins and outs of ... Read more »