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It’s hard to tell why China is targeting Australian wine. There...

Markus Wagner, University of Wollongong and Weihuan Zhou, UNSW It’s on again. This time it’s Australia’s wine industry that’s under investigation in China for allegedly...

Rules-based trade made the world rich. Trump’s policies may make it...

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Nations sell goods and services to each other because this exchange is generally mutually beneficial. It’s easy to understand...

Trump’s exports-good, imports-bad trade policy, debunked by an economist

Ian Sheldon, The Ohio State University President Donald Trump’s trade policy leaves international economists like me scratching our heads. His apparent desire to start a...

Trump’s $60 billion in China tariffs will create more problems than...

William Hauk, University of South Carolina After spending seven months investigating whether China is engaged in unfair trade practices, the Trump administration announced March 22...

There are better ways to foster solar innovation and save jobs...

Edward Barbier, Colorado State University and Terry Iverson, Colorado State University President Donald Trump’s decision to impose punitive duties on imported solar panels and related...

For richer or poorer: 4 economists ponder what 2018 has in...

Greg Wright, University of California, Merced; Christos Makridis, Stanford University; Patricia Smith, University of Michigan, and William Hauk, University of South Carolina Editor’s note: We...

Why Trump’s threat to slap tariffs on foreign steel is a...

William Hauk, University of South Carolina During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump attracted a lot of support by promising to restore jobs to the...

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Hardware alone won’t solve the world’s communication problems

By Andrew Revkin, Pace University A prime driver of human progress has been trade, in both goods and ideas. Isolation, in contrast, leads to...