Research NotesRethinking fiscal policy: Progressive US politics meets radical economics
Recognition of the need for greater government intervention in the economy is increasingly shaping the US political debate, with this shift paralleled among prominent economists.
Research NotesAverting a global calamity? Trump and Xi at the G20
The outlines of a trade deal between the United States and China are there. But without a return to the negotiating table, the dispute could rapidly escalate,…
ReportsEconomic conflict between America and China: A truce declared, the talks begin
The real issue in the US–China trade negotiation is the dramatic change in China’s economy evident over the past decade.
CommentaryThe other North Korea question: How important is the Korean Peninsula to the US?
Historians may come to see North Korea’s nuclear-armed ballistic missiles as the trigger that unravels America’s strategic leadership of Asia. Originally published in the…
CommentaryWhat key players want from Trump–Kim talks (and what they’ll get)
Originally published in the South China Morning Post. Euan Graham
CommentaryTrump’s trade war pins Australia between a rock and a hard place
Originally published in The Australian. Roland Rajah
CommentaryDonald Trump, trade, and Malcolm Turnbull in the middle
Originally published in the Australian Financial Review (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images). Roland Rajah
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