Professor Martin Feldstein evaluates the state of the American deficit, and argues the key to lowering it is changes in the US saving rate.
Mexico's efforts to diversify trade partners, policies on farming and improvements in trade and infrastructure put Mexico on more equal footing with the United States in future NAFTA nego...
Although headlines have suggested that protectionism will succeed, it's unlikely to take hold, argues Daniel Gros.
Kenneth Rogoff looks at the link between economic growth and populism, arguing that strong growth can help keep populism at bay.
The leaders of the US and China will meet this week in a high-stakes encounter for both the global economy and their own political careers.
Trade between China and the Middle East is soaring. Is this intensifying relationship a sign of things to come?
After years of protectionism and economic nationalism, Latin American countries are ready to open up again – just as the rest of the world turns inwards.
The Trade Facilitation Agreement will make Latin American trade faster, cheaper and more secure.
Two new free trade agreements could provide just the economic boost Brazil so badly needs.
Since the start of the new millennium, China has become one of Latin America’s key trading partners. What is the future of these relations?
NAFTA has been heavily criticized. But rather than ripping up this trade agreement, we should focus on improving it.
Intraregional trade is vital for economic growth in Latin America. To achieve it, these challenges must first be overcome.
The US won't be blowing other economies out of the water for much longer.
Keyu Jin explores the US-China trade relationship.
It took years to get to the table, but one of the most important deals in recent trade history has just been struck.