A recent Senate Finance Committee hearing on the China threat bodes well for ongoing bipartisan support for American manufacturing. There are right ways and wrong ways to go about this. The wrong way: waiting for allies. The right way: revamping tariff laws that makes reindustrialization profitable.
Striking all the right chords and buzzwords, China leader Xi Jinping says what the world needs now is love sweet love. Who’s buying?
A look at the destructive pricing pressures on American cattle ranchers, and the minority and tribal groups that depend on them. Are we outsourcing cattle ranching in the name of climate change?
For Katherine Tai and the Biden administration, environmentalism is going to be the core of trade policy. How does that square with heavy polluters like India and China?
Recent shortages an example of America’s over-bearing dependence on Chinese supply chains. The time is now to take action to reverses this decades-long headwind to U.S. manufacturing and its labor force.
A Senate hearing today looked back at our early response to the pandemic. A year later, what went right, what went wrong, and how to re-shore pharma now.
Lawyers from Wiley are telling their clients to prepare for ongoing supply disruptions due to Biden’s China policies.
A Hudson Institute webinar suggests that the U.S. is in a better position to take on China than Europe.
Biden’s new tax proposal benefits renewable energy. But where tax credits are concerned, can individuals and companies that get those tax credits then use the capital to import green tech from China? What’s stopping them?
The Department of Commerce heard a panel of industry leaders on Thursday discussing the shortage in semiconductors, and asks why we can’t make this stuff at home.