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Episode 10: Transatlantic Strategy on China: Still Elusive?

Never before has China featured so prominently in discussions among political leaders in Europe, Germany, and the United States. There is a growing consensus in Germany that China represents a …

AICGS Senior Fellow Peter Rashish Speaks on Trade, Intellectual Property in Washington, DC

AICGS Senior Fellow and Director of the Geoeconomics Program Peter Rashish spoke on a panel on Trade and Intellectual Property at a conference on “Innovation Leadership: Commerce, Trade, Governance, and …

From 16+1 to 17+1: The EU’s Challenge from the Rebranded China-CEEC Initiative

When Croatian prime minister Andrej Plenkovic welcomed Greece as the 17th European member of the Cooperation of Central and Eastern European countries and China at the fifth China-CEEC summit in …

Restarting the Transatlantic Partnership Before It’s Too Late

We live in an era of rapid changes. It is not the first time that mankind has faced a fundamental socio-technical transformation, but it is the first time that it …

Agriculture hurdle could be insurmountable for U.S., EU negotiators

AICGS Senior Fellow and Director of the Geoeconomics Program Peter Rashish spoke with Inside U.S. Trade’s Brett Fortnam about the EU reaching agreement to start trade talks with the U.S.: …

Is “Economic Security” a Thing?

Late last week Russia won a case against Ukraine in the World Trade Organization that centered on whether Moscow had the right to invoke national security to limit Ukrainian rail transit through …

The Crisis in World Trade

A new report from the T20, the think tank arm of the G20, co-authored by AICGS Geoeconomics Program Director Peter Rashish, is newly available on the T20 website. About the publication: …

More Than a Choice between Huawei or U.S.: The Cost for Europe’s Pursuit of 5G

German chancellor Angela Merkel announced on Tuesday that Germany will set its own security standards for a new 5G mobile network—despite fresh warning from the U.S. that inclusion of Huawei …

US–EU Trade Relations in the Trump Era: Which Way Forward?

A research paper released by Chatham House recommends a framework for strengthening US-EU trade relations and achieving successful trade talks in the current era of protectionism. US-EU Trade Relations in …

Can the U.S. and Allies Agree on WTO Reform?

AICGS Geoeconomics Program Director Peter Rashish spoke on a panel on “Can the U.S. and Allies Agree on WTO Reform?” at the Hudson Institute on March 13, 2019. About the panel At …

Strategies for the European Union in the Third Age of Globalization with Michael Hüther

Event Summary Michael Hüther, the director of the German Economic Institute and one of Germany’s most influential economic thinkers, spoke at a March 5 breakfast event with AICGS about his …

Transatlantic Responses to a Global China

For seventeen years since China’s accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001, Beijing has shaped its industrial policy to benefit from the international free trade regime, sustaining extraordinary economic …